3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Volusia County, Florida

John Knox Village Central Florida

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
698 Monastery Rd., Orange City, FL 32763
"John Knox is a CCRC - has all of the facilities needed: homes, apartments, assisted living, nursing home, memory care and rehabilitation. It costs much less than others CCRCs that we have visited...." More

The Alliance Community for Retirement...

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
600 South Florida Avenue, Deland, FL 32720
"The patient care is very good. My 90 year old mother has been there for physical rehab and they are excellent. The CNA's and nurses are very good and caring. It is a very clean facility with a..." More

Alliance Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
600 S. Florida Ave., Deland, FL 32720
"Alliance was a very nice community. I was able to visit the place, and it looked very clean and orderly. I saw that the residents seemed happy, even though what I had was just a quick tour. " More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Volusia
  • Review of John Knox Village Central Florida

    John Knox is a CCRC - has all of the facilities needed: homes, apartments, assisted living, nursing home, memory care and rehabilitation. It costs much less than others CCRCs that we have visited.... Read more

    GrandbonAJQLV
  • Review of John Knox Village Central Florida

    I like the looks of John Knox Village Central Florida. It is run really well. My husband was sent there for rehab, and they decided that long-term memory care was what he needed. The level of care ... Read more

    Anonymous119699250
  • Review of John Knox Village Central Florida

    We went to John Knox. It appeared great. It was just too large for our dad. The staff was very helpful. It was a very nice, presentable, and well-run place. Read more

    Caring Daughter120059450
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