Sutton Homes is Dedicated to Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
Since 1994, Sutton Homes has been providing exceptional, compassionate assisted living in locally-owned facilities.
We understand that when a loved one starts to show signs of memory loss or dementia, finding an assisted living facility is not the first thing you want to consider. But once it becomes apparent that the family needs help, a critical question becomes “Is there an assisted living facility specializing in care for people with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease?”
Sutton Homes Understands Exactly What You Are Going Through.
Perhaps a loved one has started exhibiting symptoms of memory loss, dementia, or Alzheimer’s disease. Feeling scared and confused is normal. Gail and Jim Baxter, the owners of Sutton Homes in Central Florida, endured a similar process while dealing with Gail’s mother. In her own words, Gail recalls the “panic, horror and complete despair” that she felt when her own mother showed the first signs of Alzheimer’s disease.
They decided to take it upon themselves to open the first Sutton Home in Maitland in 1994.
The Baxter’s created a new option for assisted living and changed the thinking for Alzheimer’s care. The Sutton Homes concept avoids long hallways, big buildings, large dining rooms, and multiple staff. It is the way people are used to living, in the home.
We provide our residents with a comfortable home, a calm setting and a caring hand that encourages and assists your loved one in maintaining his or her life skills as long as possible.
We encourage you to visit our homes, talk with our residents and get to know us. You will see the difference we can make in the lives of your family and your loved one. We accept Long-term Care Insurance, Long-term Diversion Programs & Private Pay.
For more information please Contact Sutton Homes.
I want to thank you and the Sutton Homes staff for the wonderful, loving care that my wife, Sabine received during her four year stay. She benefited greatly and I know she was always in good hands.David Mattson, Husband, Orlando
The Sutton Homes Difference
Perhaps for most of the reasons that make Sutton Homes Central Florida’s finest Memory Care assisted living facilities is that we know how to make our residents feel at home. It’s more than just being locally owned and operated, we are committed to providing each resident with superior personalized service in a familiar, low stress environment. At Sutton Homes, we believe that no one forgets how it feels to be at home.
Specific things we do at Sutton Homes to make our residents
feel at home, compared to other providers
Areas of Quality Attention
Other Memory Care Providers
|Ownership||Locally owned and operated since 1994 with easy access to owners and administrators||Corporate ownership that may be out of state or management located off site|
|Care||One professional caregiver for every 5 residents||Much higher staffing ratios, especially at night|
|Consistency||Consistent staff scheduling that provides constant companionship. Your loved one will feel comfortable and secure||Staff turnover and multiple staff changes that may result in anxiety and more confusion for resident|
|Personal Attention||We really know your loved one’s favorites….||Your loved one may get “lost in the crowd” of a large facility or corporation.|
|Rates||All inclusive flat rate rental fee that does not increase as care needs increase||An add-on fee structure for services like laundry and additional help|
|Meals||Home cooked meals served family style||Meals prepared in an institutional kitchen and served at scheduled times|
|Activities||Activities tailored to your loved ones preferences and abilities||Large group activities|
|Pets||All of our homes are “pet friendly”||No Pets|
|Setting||Your loved one has a REAL bedroom in a REAL home in a REAL neighborhood||Large impersonal institutional building, institutional rooms|
|Purpose||Your loved one can feel useful by helping with familiar household chores such as folding laundry, sweeping the patio or baking cookies||Resident could struggle to find a sense of purpose|
Alzheimer’s and Dementia professional care for FIVE residents.