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Sensory Rooms

We are excited to add some vibrancy to the new Sensory Rooms at IND. Sensory rooms provide a quiet environment with a variety of seating options, private space to relax with variable lighting, and a rotating art gallery through a brand-new exhibit in partnership with the CompleteLife program. IU Health’s CompleteLife Program offers Art, Massage, Music, and Yoga Therapies to adult inpatients at IU Health Simon Cancer Center and University Hospital located in downtown Indianapolis. Each year, IU Health exhibits a collection of art from patients, caregivers, and staff as part of the annual CompleteLife Art Show. The artwork displayed was created by patients and staff at the Simon Cancer Center in a variety of mediums around the theme of “What Happens After.” We hope in sharing this work, the viewer will be able to witness the power of the arts and appreciate the journeys shared through healthcare and the significance of human interconnection for healing.The Sensory Rooms are located in each terminal Concourse and are intended as a calming, quiet space for passengers to retreat to as needed.

    • Room 04A.304 (Post-security - Concourse A)—Located across from Harry & Izzy's near the International Arrivals area on Concourse A
    • Room 03B.302. A (Post-security - Concourse B)—Located across from Gate B5 near Tinker Coffee on Concourse B

For more information and assistance with accessing these rooms at IND, contact Guest Services at 317-487-7243.