The Sutton Homes Difference
“You never forget how it feels to be at home…”
Founded in 1994, Sutton Homes is Central Florida’s original memory care specialists. Our locally owned and operated homes are secure, comfortable, and staffed by professionals trained to care for those with Alzheimer’s, dementia, and memory loss. We serve Orange, Seminole, and Lake county, providing a flat monthly fee with no add ons for levels of care.
A home setting with a normal lifestyle allows residents to welcome family into their own home. Residents enjoy home-cooked meals, play games, and are able to relax in our Florida rooms or open patios with their loved ones. These comfortable homes in lovely residential neighborhoods are secure both inside and out, allowing residents to feel safe and sound just like in their own homes. Choose a Sutton Homes location.
Established in 1994, Sutton Homes is Central Florida’s original Alzheimer’s and dementia care assisted living facility. Many other memory care providers are owned by corporations from out of state and managed off site. In contrast, Sutton Homes is locally owned and operated since 1994 and allows family easy access to owners and administrators. Schedule a personal tour today.
With one professional caregiver for every 5 residents, Sutton Homes can boast a much higher ratio of caregivers to staff than what you will typically find elsewhere. This enables our residents to enjoy a higher level of personal attention. While your loved one may feel “lost in the crowd” of a large facility or corporation, here they feel heard and understood. Read more.
Lower staff turnover means reliable companionship for our memory impaired residents, encouraging a stress-free environment. Our staff receive ongoing training to work with dementia and memory loss individuals. Awake 24/7, our staff provide compassionate care round the clock to assist with needs from dressing to helping with medications. Schedule a tour to see for yourself.
Sutton Homes Life
Our first Altamonte Springs home is located in the prestigious La Floresta subdivision. The back yard is fenced and surrounds a spacious screened porch. There are four bedrooms, a lovely living room, and a separate dining room. The family room features a large stone fireplace.read more
Our second Altamonte Springs home is located right off of Oranole. This home features 5 spacious bedrooms as well as a welcoming living area and eat-in kitchen. In addition, this home has a large secure backyard.read more
Our second Maitland home is in the English Estates area. It is a charming white brick ranch style home with white pillars on the front porch. There is a fenced back yard with large trees and a large screened porch, frequently used by our residents. This home has five bedrooms.read more
Our first Maitland facility is located in the Dommerich Woods section of Maitland, close to Kewannee Park, with a fenced back yard and lovely shaded patio for the garden lovers. There are four bedrooms, and a spacious, airy living and dining room.read more
This home is located in the Lake Forest subdivision between Tavares and Mt. Dora. This traditional home is tucked in a quiet residential area that has a canopy of beautiful large trees.read more
Our Orlando home is located in the Bumby/Pershing area and has five bedrooms. The fenced back yard has trees that provide shade for the screened porch and the sunroom.read more
This home is located in the Lake Waunatta Woods subdivision in the University/Goldenrod area. The fenced back yard is spacious and has a patio that is perfect for light meals, or just watching the birds.read more
News & Resources
Feeling confused and overwhelmed when locating a senior living community is common for most people. There is so much information to know and learn. It’s crucial to understand the differences between the senior living options so you know which place best fits the needs of your loved one.read more
A survey done in 1995 by researchers at the National Institute on Aging among more than 9,000 people aged 65 and older living in three communities revealed that 42 percent reported difficulty with both falling asleep and staying asleep. Alzheimer’s is a factor that can cause insomnia that many may not realize.read more
“I couldn’t help noticing how many of the elders I spoke with had benefited from living in retirement communities and nursing homes- the very destinations so many people dread. They can provide shared activities, and a larger pool of prospective friends,” stated by Paula Span, author for The New York Times.read more
I want you and your team to know how much I appreciate the loving, conscientious care you have provided for my mother, Mary. She has been comfortable at Sutton Homes since the beginning (it is almost a year). The care has been and continues to be excellent.Mary Scott, Daughter, Orlando