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Green Tree Assisted Living - Orlando
8207 Forest City Rd, Orlando, FL 32810
Based on 26 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care, Hospice
For Pricing & Availability(800) 780-8101
To Reach a Resident(407) 295-4861
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Green Tree Assisted Living - Orlando DescriptionOur Green Tree Assisted Living is located in a prime spot right off of John Young Parkway on Forest City Drive. When the new owners acquired this location four years ago, they had a great task ahead of them: overcoming the challenges left behind. As soon as you walk through the door at Green Tree, you'll be able to feel the positive energy that flows throughout the property. The tree is designed with our aging population in mind and is beautiful. The joy on our residents faces says it all. A testament to the outstanding care we provide, delivered with love.
Assisted LivingOur Green Tree Assisted Living is located in a beautiful and serene setting, right off of John Young Parkway on Forest City Drive. Four years ago, the new owners acquired this location with great challenges left behind. As soon as you walk through the door at Green Tree, you'll be enveloped in positive energy that flows throughout the property. Our aging population is beautiful appointed with trees in mind.
Memory CareAt Tree, we provide a safe and secure environment for our residents who suffer from advanced dementia and Alzheimer's disease. The activities are designed to get your blood flowing. Research has shown that encouraging blood flow to the brain can have a profound positive effect on cognitive deficits. We offer a bowel and bladder program for incontinent residents to avoid urinary tract infections and breakdown of the skin from sitting in soiled undergarments.
DiningOur delicious menu of three meals per day is created by a registered dietician that satisfies the FDA guidelines for the aging population.
Parent OrganizationGreen Tree Assisted Living - Orlando is a member of a larger group of communities called Green Assisted Living Facilities
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ServicesGreen Tree Assisted Living - Orlando provides a variety of services to its residents. 24-hour supervision and security are available for the safety of all. Residents enjoy daily meals, access to cable TV, basic housekeeping, laundry services, health and exercise programs, and social programs and activities. Access to medical services and medication management is provided by caring staff on-site 24-hours a day. The facility also offers a range of recreational activities to keep its residents active and engaged.
end of life care
health and exercise programs
access to medical services
caring staff on-site 24-hours a day
three meals per day
24-hour supervision and security
The Lockhart Area
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LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of FL. It is a large-sized community with 76 total beds.
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GreenTree is a great place. It is truly a home for those old folks, a very big family. The DON Iris, regularly goes above and beyond to make sure her residents get the absolute care possible. I personally witnessed Iris, Mary (the owner), and multiple other staff members, work as a cohesive, efficient, & ultra-focused TEAM, as they coordinated the transfer of all their residents to their sister facility, GreenLeaf in Kissimmee, and other facilities in the surrounding areas, due to the State-wide mandatory evacuation. The whole staff were there doing what needed to be done, without complaint, so that their residents were properly cared for and accommodated. You will be hard-pressed to find a more loving, caring, and devoted team (aka- family) to care for your loved ones!
I am a nurse that works for Florida hospital and I came to the facility for a tour and I found the place to be very clean, the staff was very friendly, and I enjoyed the friendliness of the workers there. I visited not only in the daytime but on a weekend day as well as an evening to see if there was any difference and I found the place was just as clean, people and staff were very friendly and I was treated with the utmost respect. I never revealed I was a nurse so there was no phoniness. They all seemed sincere. I would highly recommend this place.
I am speaking as a former STAFF MEMBER and the management are full of lies. I was employed by this dreadful assisted living for only a few short weeks. I was used only for the "hurricane team" when hurricane Irma hit. It was sad that I had to be away from my children to work my behind off ONLY to be fired based off of lies. They are only about MONEY and I have seen the staff member drag residents in their memory care unit to their rooms to be cleaned up. Residents on memory care are pretty much out of their minds like most elderly people with dementia. Dragging a resident to their rooms using FORCE from the staff was only 1 of the things I witnessed. Along with a combative resident being HIT by a staff member!!! Staff purposely did not giving the residents MILK just to ensure the resident will not have LOOSE STOOLS or even a bowel movement!This ALF has camera's set up throughout the hallways, dining area, basically EVERYWHERE. When a staff member sits down, the owner or nurse Iris will CALL the staff member to get up or whatever nonsense is happening, however when a resident is drug to her by 2 STAFF MEMBERS, why is the owner and nurse not concerned about that? The facility had no back up plan after the power went out during hurricane Irma. The emergency lights were the only thing working even with a generator. Residents in the memory care were walking in circles not knowing what to do. They had no activities or anything stimulating for the residents in memory care.Some staff members have been there 2-3 years only making 10 an hr and the owner and NURSE will use the hell out of employees. Does anyone want tired, over worked and under paid, frustrated people taking care of their loved ones? Do not be fooled, Green Tree staff members put on a front for the family members.
As a Case Manager, we based our referrals on patient's and family's choice. Green Tree ALF has a great reputation based on their staff and their clean environment. Patients and families have referred to this facility as a very warm and friendly environment to live in! They treat their patients like family, especially what happened during the recent hurricane that hit FL! The facility is run by knowledgeable attentive nurses that are always available to their patients. Keep up the great work that you do!!!
Green Tree truly treats it’s residents with compassion, love and dignity. My auntie lived there and in her time living there she had nothing but wonderful comments about the staff and she always seemed to feel right at home. I found comfort knowing that her last days where spent where she considered home. Oh and One more thing, I personally loved how attentive the staff was, always making sure she was very clean and well groomed. Thank you Green Tree for giving my auntie a good quality of life.
working with green tree staff's and the residents reminds me of true family. families will have bad and good days, the most important thing to remember, always overcome the bad days with the good ones.i have been working with this family owned company since last of august of 2016. and i admire nurse iris for her amazing, job in caring and doing so much for the residents in not just ALF,but as well our memory care unit.. our job is not easy,but it takes true caring,loving and a lot of patients to do what we do at our home in green tree.. we try our best to give the best care we can to our residents and their families. and to me that what matters the most is to try to strive to give the care that they need. every company will have some negative reviews. but we are doing our best to turn the negative to a positive here at green tree.so stop by and say hello!!!
Green Tree Assisted Living has a dedicated staff that truly care about the residents. The Director of nursing ensures that the correct care plan is provided to each resident and that the individual physical needs are met with dignity. True leadership was especially demonstrated during hurricane Irma, when dedicated staff worked there tireless as a team under the direction of Iris and Mari. Residents are truly happy and dry with a staff committed to teamwork. Very professional and a highly recommended facility.
Green Tree ALF is truly a home for these residents. I personally witnessed some amazing teamwork between all the staff during and after hurricane Irma, and the mandatory evacuation. Every single staff member went above and beyond their call of duty to ensure that each resident was properly accommodated and cared for during that tough week. This place is truly a big family. It will be difficult for anyone to find a more loving and caring ALF staff.
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