Where are we?

Alderman Oaks is conveniently located in a quiet residential neighborhood in the heart of downtown Sarasota. We are close enough for walking to activities, yet quiet and peaceful in the midst of a small lovely neighborhood.  Our site has numerous benches positioned under shady oak trees.

Our location in downtown Sarasota makes it easier for you to stay active doing things you’ve always done or have always wished you could do. Living downtown makes it easy to catch a movie, meet a friend for lunch, or make a trip to the bank.  

Do you think living downtown close to all the activity is too expensive?  Call us today and find out how Alderman Oaks might be your least expensive way of quality living in downtown Sarasota.  

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  • Loving, caring ownership and staff
  • Services catering to different lifestyle needs
  • Active Resident Council and Committees
  • Located in "Heart" of Downtown Sarasota
  • Regular Spiritual Opportunities
  • Flexible Transportation
  • Exercises, health diets, and access to an on-site Wellness Center
  • Weekly Happy Hour with Live Entertainment (We dance!)
  • Just Around the Corner From the Friendship Center
  • Rental Only Apartments (No buy-in required)
  • Choice of studio, one bedroom, or two bedroom Floor Plans
  • Able to transition into Assisted Living if needed

Join Us at Alderman Oaks for a Presentation to Better Understand Dementia, Improve Communication, and Reduce Challenging Behaviors

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

We will Serve Complimentary Wine and a Light Buffet Meal

Program Presenter
Kathleen Houseweart, MBA
Former Director of the Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System (SMH) Memory Clinic and a Senior Aging Specialist.

This Practical Presentation Will Focus on the Different Types of Dementia and their Unique Symptoms and Offer Information on How Dementia Affects Perception, 
Communication, and Behavior.

Click Here for More Information and to RSVP.