That makes no sense at all. You can't have common tenancy with survivorship rights. Indiana only permits survivorship rights on joint tenancy (or entirety, which requires the tenants to be married to each other).Mother left her home to the 3 daughters as tenants in common with rights of survivorship. I put my granddaughter on the Deed to my house as her inheritance.
Putting someone on the deed isn't giving her "inheritance," it's transferring some amount of the property (most likely half) to her at the time you made the deed. It's by and large A BAD IDEA both you and your granddaughter,.. It's an even worse idea if granddaughter isn't 18. You could have investigated a reverse mortgage, but you can't do that if you have someone on the deed who is under age 62.
You need to get SERIOUS expert advice before you do anything else disadvantageous to you and yours heirs.