Welcome to Plantation Oaks Senior Living in Orlando, Florida. We're glad you're here! At Plantation Oaks Senior Living, we have brought back the style of the old south.
We are excited to show you all the wonderful features and amenities of our community. As you explore our website, we think you'll discover how Plantation Oaks Senior Living can help you get the most out of life! We are committed to integrity, reliability and excellence. We pride ourselves on listening carefully to our residents. In fact, all of our lifestyle innovations are a direct result of listening to residents and their families.
Some of our ideas for people who aren't ready, or don't need full-time residency include our Senior Day Program, Short-term Stays, and Respite Stays. Lifestyle options include a continuum of care to provide peace of mind now, and also in the future if a resident's needs change. Plantation Oaks Senior Living is a home, a community, and a family. Our goal is to provide the best possible experience for every resident.
Plantation Oaks Earns "Caring Stars 2014" Award for Service Excellence
Plantation Oaks has been selected as a "Caring Star" of 2014, as part of an annual nationwide program honoring service excellence based on consumer ratings and reviews posted on Caring.com, the leading senior care website. In reviews from families, seniors, and others concerned about assisted living and Alzheimer’s care, Plantation Oaks Orlando captured a 5-star consumer rating (the highest possible score), while also meeting other qualifying criteria for the honor.
Families across the country are increasingly seeking insights provided by online reviews to help guide important senior care decisions for their loved ones. In 2013 research conducted by Caring.com, 60% of family caregivers indicated that they used the Internet when researching senior care service providers, and two-thirds of family caregivers took to the Web after noticing signs of memory loss in a loved one. A combined 94% percent find online reviews to be trustworthy and helpful to their search for senior care providers. Only a small minority (6%) tends not to believe them.