The Rathbone Home, in Evansville Indiana, offers the finest in retirement living, with comfortable surroundings, extraordinary service and lavish amenities. We offer Independent and Assisted Living in surroundings that are elegant, comfortable, and affordable.
A Rich History of Care
Our residents come to relax in a southern style estate. From our landscaped grounds to our community lounges residents feel at home. Each room offers a full kitchen and bathroom along with emergency call system and 24 hr security. As you walk the halls of the Rathbone you soak in the history and style of over one hundred years serving people.
It’s been said that one can not think well, love well, or sleep well if one has not dined well, we feel the same way. Our chefs offer three meals a day serving healthy meals restaurant style in our dining room for any appetite. You can even request a special recipe that you or your loved one is fond of and we will make it for all of the residents. Schedule a visit for a delectable lunch on us.
It’s all in our motto, “southern style, comfort, and ease.” We offer a culture where residents come to live in peacefulness and well-being. Our residents enjoy a home much like the style of a southern estate. Weekly linen and house keeping services keep your mind at rest while our daily activities are sure to continue a life of fulfillment and health. Grab a rocking chair and a glass of sweet tea, our front porch awaits.
Our people are the heart of our property. Without healthy and happy residents combined with quality care givers we would have nothing. When you hear the stories of the heart touching moments that happen every day, you start to understand who we are. From residents that have been with us for over 12 years to our administrator who has been with us for 10, where ever you look you will find the love that drives the service every day.
Since April 5, 1905, the Rathbone Home has loved and served its residents. The property was originally founded by Kate & Caroline Rathbone as a residential facility for elderly women. They dedicating it to the prominent Evansville banker, George Rathbone, their wife and brother. Theo home changed hands in 1967 and again in 1983 until it officially became the Rathbone Retirement Community in 1988 and has remained in the same family to this day. The original intent of the Rathbone family was to love and serve the elderly in the community and we are proud to carry on that tradition.