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Florida's 'TOTAL' Retirement Community
Florida's #1 RANKED Small Town (Mount Dora) To Retire To (USA TODAY)
Why total? Active living, with the convenience of progressive health facilities, services, and amenities 'on-site'!
- Residential living duplex homes with covered parking at front door
- The Bridgewater assisted living apartment residence
- The Edgewater short term rehabilitation and long term nursing care facility
- Home health care agency (serves the general public as well)
- Outpatient rehabilitation center (serves the general public)
- On/off campus transportation
- 24/7 staffed/gated entrance
- Pharmacy with OTC items, cards, ice cream (serves the general public)
- Wellness/fitness center
- Three dining venues
- The Brain Wellness Academy for Seniors
People get excited, when they learn they can live at Waterman Village, in Florida's #1 ranked small town to retire to, just 40 minutes from Winter Park/Orlando, and choose a residence that does not require a large entrance fee.
Discover why moving to Waterman Village while 'still' independent & active, actually increases a person's chances of 'remaining' independent & active, longer throughout life. (Read Blog article, 'Why Move Early')
Comprehensive Wellness/Activity Opportunities
Waterman Village has one of the country's largest retirement community wellness departments, providing life enriching activity opportunities, to help residents best maintain their overall health.
Florida's Top Ranked Small Town To Retire To
When one compares all the important/different criteria of a retirement community location, they often conclude, that there is no better small town in Florida to retire to than Mount Dora, FL. This is backed-up by the fact that Mount Dora was ranked by USA TODAY, as the #1 small town in Florida to retire to.
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After living here for one month, I decided the personnel in the dining room’s philosophy were “We aim to please.” I had never known of people so congenial, so service-oriented and supportive. Not only a few, but the total staff. They made every resident feel comfortable. Then I realized the personnel of Waterman Village practice the same philosophy – “We aim to please.”
-Mary I. WhitakerMuncie, IN