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Opening October 2019 Welcome to Overture Dr. Phillips, a place to rediscover yourself in the comfort of your own 55+ active adult apartment home. We’ve thoughtfully designed your community to reflect all the charm and allure of its surrounding areas,…
Our culture is rooted in a deep and abiding love for the Central Florida area. Dr. Phillip Phillips, citrus magnate and noted philanthropist, is well known for striving to make a positive and genuine impact on the lives around him.…
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Conveniently near Route 600 and Florida's Turnpike in Orlando, Plantation Oaks Senior Living offers a range of living options with southern style and grace including independent living, assisted living, and memory care.
Welcome to Westminster Plaza East! Live in the heart of the city in a quality, secure and affordable residence at Westminster Plaza, a rental retirement community in downtown Orlando. We offer studio and one-bedroom apartment residences below market rate for…
Welcome to College Park Towers! Welcome to College Park Towers, featuring affordable apartments in Orlando, Florida, in a community that provides low income housing for the elderly. We service individuals 62 years of age and older, or disabled individuals that…
Kinneret Apartments overlooks Lake Lucerne in a beautiful historic district near downtown Orlando. Founded in 1968 by the Jewish community under Federal HUD programs, Kinneret Apartments offers a productive environment for active retirees. Kinneret operates two fifteen story hi-rise apartment…
Plantation Oaks seemed like a nice place. They seemed to be nice people who seemed to be doing a nice job. I liked that. But when it came to getting the service for my wife, they wanted money upfront, and I don’t have the money. The community and dining area were nice and clean. The main thing I was concerned about was...Read more The Rose Garden of Orlando reviews
I visited Plantation Oaks and liked it a lot. It would be my first choice after seeing it. I would like to do the shared room, and I like the layout and size of the rooms. I think it would work out perfect when the time comes for my husband. As far as activities, he would be in memory care, so it is not the same as ass...Read more The Rose Garden of Orlando reviews
Plantation Oaks Senior Living was in a very good location in Orlando. The bathrooms were large and had more of a condominium feel, overall. I did not meet very many staff. The dining room was adequate. It was well situated for Orlando. I think they need to improve their reception. I came there on my own and felt that n...Read more The Rose Garden of Orlando reviews
The marketing gentleman at Plantation Oaks who showed us around was very good, nice, and extremely honest, but it was a refurbished, older motel, and the people there were of a different social class and different backgrounds. I would have some difficulty finding a peer group there, especially in assisted living. The r...Read more The Rose Garden of Orlando reviews
Orlando is the county seat of Orange County and Florida’s largest inland city. Although it is popular for its many theme parks, the symbol of this beautiful city is the gushing fountain on Lake Eola. Orlando is one of the most visited American cities. Each year, over four million tourists go through Orlando’s airports. Gorgeous Florida sunshine, world-class amenities, and popular destinations no doubt make the city an attractive prospect for older adults considering independent living in Orlando.
Orange County Parks and Recreation runs the Marks Street Senior Recreation Complex. It’s a great place to socialize and stay fit, pick up a friendly game of billiards or canasta, or learn a new yoga position. Older adults who enjoy independent living in Orlando will find the center offers a welcoming and warm environment; a place where their needs and interests are understood and met.
The city of Orlando may be known (unofficially) as the Theme Park Capital of the World, but there’s more to this exciting destination than thrilling rides and mascots. Break away from the crowds and discover another side of Orlando. There are several tour operators that will take visitors of all ages out on Orlando’s waterways for a day of communing with nature – Florida-style. The website of the Orlando Tourist Information Bureau is a good place to begin your tour. Orlando’s waterways are home to alligators, herons, flamingoes, turtles, spoonbills, and other unique and interesting wildlife ready to be discovered. Be sure to include a ride on an airboat during your trip. It’s the preferred mode of transportation on Florida’s waterways. Indeed, there’s a lot more to independent living in Orlando than the magic of Disney.
Florida Hospital is a 2,247 acute-care medical facility with roots in the community that go back over 100 years. Its highly-trained and compassionate physicians and medical staff provide unparalleled service in orthopedics, cardiac care, rehab, cancer, and several other medical fields. Florida Hospital treats more patients each year than any other hospital in the state. Adults who enjoy independent living in Orlando can avail of an amazing breadth of programs and services from this award-winning hospital.
Older adults who are no longer interested in maintaining their own vehicle but who still prefer to get around in a car, can join the Independent Transportation Network (ITN). Committed to helping seniors maintain their mobility and hold on to their independence, ITN provides a safe and reliable car service with rates that are usually lower than comparable taxi fare. Vehicles and drivers are available 24/7 and seniors can choose to travel alone or with companions to any destination they wish. For older adults considering independent living in Orlando, this service goes a long way in helping them remain active and independent.
Orlando has a lot to offer active seniors. From great weather to breathtaking natural beauty, first-rate attractions, and modern medical facilities, it may just truly be the city that has everything for the entire family. To explore the senior housing options in Orlando, see our options for Orlando independent living and claim your stake in paradise.
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