Since 1994, Sutton Homes has been providing exceptional, compassionate assisted livinig 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 wanted to create a new option for assisted living and change the thinking for Alzheimer’s care. The Sutton Homes concept avoided long hallways, big buildings, large dining rooms, and multiple staff. It is the way people are used to living – in a home!
Ultimately, our goal is to 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.