Flourish in Place is Moving!

On Sept. 1, 2019, Flourish in Place will move its business office to a larger office suite! After almost three years working out of small offices in the 924 N. Magnolia Ave building, the company has signed a 3-year lease for a larger office suite located in the St. Paul Building in Orlando Central executive office park.

Caregiver Orlando FL - Flourish in Place is Moving!The 46-acre Orlando Central office park offers tenants exceptional value in a prime central location. The St. Paul building is one of 21 low-rise office buildings across from Orlando Fashion Square Mall, situated in a scenic and suburban office park environment located near downtown Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, Thornton Park, I-4 and Highway 408. It is less than a mile from places to eat, shop, work out and more.

Grover Corlew, a Florida-based real estate investment management group, purchased the suburban and well-situated office park in 2016, and spent the next two years upgrading it to offer tenants fresh and livable workspaces designed with stylish finishes. All tenants have access to common conference and training rooms, ample parking, newly landscaped outdoor communal areas and professional overnight security patrol.

Effective September 1, 2019, Flourish in Place’s new office address will be: 
1080 Woodcock Rd, Suite 276, Orlando, FL 32803

If you or an aging loved-one are considering Caregiver Services in Orlando FL, please contact the caring staff at Flourish in Place Home Care Solutions today.  Proudly serving Orange, Osceola, Seminole, and Brevard Counties. Call 407-845-9797.


About Melanie Lee

Robert “Kim” Lee and Melanie Ann Lee founded Flourish in Place to help seniors and adults with disabilities thrive and flourish while leading dignified and independent lives in the comfort and safety of their own homes. Kim and Melanie raised three remarkable children while helping care for Melanie’s wonderful mother, Kathryn, who lived a rich life despite dealing with bipolar disorder all her life and suffering later from post-polio syndrome. Melanie has cared for her intellectually disabled older sister for the past 18 years as Melinda’s court-appointed plenary guardian. Kim’s mother, Betsy, suffers from severe dementia. She lives in her own home with the help of compassionate family members as well as paid caregivers. Kim and Melanie’s life experiences caring for others influenced their desire to help people not merely “age in place” -- but flourish at home. Kim and Melanie are both Certified Senior Care Managers. Melanie is also a science teacher.
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