4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Orlando, FL

2 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Orlando, FL


Orlando Lutheran Towers

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
300 East Church Street, Orlando, FL 32801
"We decided to leave my husband's grandmother at Orlando Lutheran Towers. She has adjusted better recently and has made some friends so that is helping her. I like that they have the opportunity to..." More

Westminster Towers-Orlando

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
70 West Lucerne Circle, Orlando, FL 32801
"Westminster Towers has long-term and dementia/memory unit care. The staff seems very friendly, helpful, informative, and welcoming. My father is very comfortable there. They have a rehab unit that..." More

2 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Orlando, FL

Westminster Winter Park

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1111 S. Lakemont Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32792
"Winter Park Towers is fine except that I feel it is very expensive for us. It is a very upscale community. If you're here, you probably won't want any other place. Their staff is nice. You can have..." More

Village on the Green

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
500 Village Place, Longwood, FL 32779
"my wife was at the facility. I liked it and would like to see more reviews to show to others " More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Orlando

  • Review of Orlando Lutheran Towers

    I lived in OLT (Orlando Lutheran Towers) for a year. I was somewhat mislead into thinking that my substantial entrance fee was going to cover my potential nursing home care if ever needed since I w... Read more

  • Review of Westminster Towers-Orlando

    Westminster Towers Orlando is in a nice location and much better compared to another facility I saw. The food was not bad. There were a lot of choices and good-quality food. They had a lot to offer... Read more

    Elaine C.
  • Review of Westminster Towers-Orlando

    The flexibility of the financial option at Westminster Towers was interesting to us. We saw the independent and the assisted living facilities. The apartments were fine. The staff was also fine. Read more


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