Blue Skies of Texas

Offers Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Nursing Homes

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5100 John D. Ryan Blvd, San Antonio, TX 78245
Call (844) 325-8230
Blue Skies of Texas (844) 325-8230

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Assisted Living Reviews for Blue Skies of Texas

August 13, 2015

By Caring82146150

I visited this facility

Air Force Village I is older. It has been established for a number of years. I am familiar with the Village. I have friends over there. It's beyond my capability, as it is very pricey. Their charges for assisted living are in the range of $5,000 a month. It's an excellent facility. You have many privileges, and since they are military-connected, it's as if you never left the base. It's definitely a home for military people. I've always found the staff very accommodating. They have a referral list if the people in independent senior living want help in the apartment. They have lists of people you can call so that at a moment's notice, you can have any kind of service you want, which is something that most places don't do. I think Air Force Village I is one of the finest places.
Provider Response

We appreciate your feedback. You’re right, our community is full of tradition and has been a mainstay in San Antonio for the past 45 years. We’ve always been dedicated to providing amenities and services our residents desire and expect. The beauty of being a community with a life care option is that we offer a variety of living options and pricing plans, as well as a full continuum of care. We’ve recently expanded our eligibility beyond those with military backgrounds, so more area seniors can enjoy the lifestyle we offer. The next time you visit your friends, we invite you to have lunch with us and see if we have an option that might work for you. You might be pleasantly surprised after doing a cost comparison. Thanks again for your positive review of Blue Skies of Texas.

May 21, 2015

By jody9079

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My dad was at Air Force Village for rehab. My dad would push his little buzzer, and they were there in less than a minute. They were running in the room to see what was going on. It was just awesome. The food -- you went out there and you had a choice. They had a main meal and a menu that you looked at. You got a hold of the menu and you got to see what the item was up for the day. If you didn't want it, then you had another menu that you could choose from what they would make for you to eat. The care there was just wonderful. The physical therapy was wonderful. The staff was like a family because they knew every patient's name, they knew our names, we knew all of their names, and all the patients learned each other's names. It was just an awesome place to be that we are trying to get him back to. My dad never complained about anything he ate; he loved everything he ate there. It was clean, and you were taken care of there. They had it gated, so that nobody can just leave the premises, which is nice. It's gated and the landscaping is nice; it's just a wonderful place.

May 01, 2015

By Caring105637050

I visited this facility

Blue Skies was beautiful, but it was extremely expensive -- $5,000 a month. How many people have $5,000 a month? Not very many people. It was very nice. It was like a hotel. They had everything there. They have bingo, movies, and a library, and I think they had a beauty salon. Everybody was very informative, nice, and friendly.

November 26, 2014

By Caring102226950

I am/was a resident of this facility

Basic needs are furnished and served with respect and attention.

November 26, 2014

By Bettie3

I am/was a resident of this facility

I have just become a resident of Arnold House, and I often asked for help and found that all employees were quick to assist me or find someone who could and often asked later if all went well.

January 31, 2014

By Caring64026250

I visited this facility

I've gone to Airforce Village I several times. The staff were all really nice and friendly. We've had meetings there and I've been invited a lot over so that they could talk to us about different things. The rooms are very small. You don't make your own meals. You end up going down to the restaurant on the first floor and eat all your meals. I know you have to dress up or to be in decent clothes to have supper at the big dining room. But you can go to a cafeteria, too. You can wander around do what you want, but I just have more freedom and more space in my home. I like it because it's closer to town. I wanted to get into the new units that they built because it had more room and storage, but I don't have near enough money.

March 20, 2013

By Joshua2

I visited this facility

The staff was very friendly at Air Force Village. But San Antonio gets hot in the summer.

June 26, 2012

By Jojiana

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I really liked the building. It is a highrise with 3 restaurants. The sky lounge on the 15th floor was for fancy dinners and Sunday brunch, it required formal attire. Then there was a restaurant on the first floor (like a TGIF or Chili's in style), and then another restaurant that was cafeteria style. There were nice work out amenities, a weekly newsletter was clipped to my dad's door with the weekly activities, if new people moved in, social events. I thought that the staff seemed a little burned out, maybe they are not paid enough to take care of all of these old people that can be a bit difficult at times. I think the pay should be higher in order to get better employees, but the rest of this facility was great. My dad bought 2 apartments, he knocked out the wall between the two and he has a larger, airer space. They are trying this new concept of combining 2 side by side apartments into one, and adding more modern amenities. I was really happy that this is where my dad moved to, it doesn't feel like an old folks home, it feels modern and hip, it has a lot of fun social activities, it offers them a reason to get dressed up and mingle. They all wore name tags whenever they were in the restaurant or when they leave their room - so it makes it easier for them to recognize each other. The restaurant had nice pastries that my dad could take up to his kitchenette. He likes a slice of cake at night. They also had a nice welcoming committee made up of the older, yet mentally there residents that could help my dad get involved with his new surroundings.
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Cost of Assisted Living

$ 1,234

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Cost of Independent Living

$ 1,234

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Services and Amenities of Blue Skies of Texas

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchenette
  • Dining Room Shared Meals

Features

  • Beauty Barber Shop
  • Computer Room
  • Resident Transportation
  • Party Space
  • Garden And Patio
  • Resident Parking

Cleaning services

  • Laundry For Linens
  • Private Cleaning Services
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry For Clothing

Technology and entertainment

  • Cable In Rooms
  • Internet Enabled Rooms
  • Wifi

Health services

  • Medication Management
  • Pharma

Activities

  • Offsite Activities
  • Music
  • Games
  • Stories
  • Religious Services
  • Lectures Discussions
  • Book Clubs
  • Fitness Room
  • Gardening
  • Cooking
  • Arts And Crafts

Financial guidance

  • Va Benefits Consultation
  • Financing Advice

Guest services

  • Guest Parking
  • Guests At Mealtime
  • Overnight Guests

Languages

  • English

General

  • Pets: Small Pets Allowed

Licenses

  • State Licenses: 101035

About Blue Skies of Texas

Convenience-filled apartments, cottages and ranch homes. Laid-back independent living that’s engagingly energetic, too – there’s nothing else like Blue Skies West. Choose from Tower apartments, to stay close to the hub of the socializing, or pick a cottage in one of our tree-lined neighborhoods. Need a little more elegance? How about a lovely ranch home in The Garden? Whichever of our retirement homes you prefer, you’ll find a range of sizes, floor plans, locations and costs to choose from. And housekeeping, maintenance, security and basic utilities are provided.

Home-like settings for assisted living are offered at Blue Skies East and West. Arnold House (East) offers 20 private apartments with assisted living services, while Liberty House (West) provides a choice of 34 spacious, private 1- and 2-bedroom apartments. Assisted living is designed to help the individual just enough for them to maintain independence – and indulge in the satisfying, amenity-rich Blue Skies lifestyle.

Tower apartments.
  • 7 stories of urban-style apartments in the heart of the campus
  • and 2-bedroom with 1 or 2 baths
  • 660 to 1,312 square feet
  • Assigned parking
  • Private balconies
  • Laundry rooms on every floor
  • Indoor swimming pool
Cottages in The Lakes.
  • Tree-lined streets in a professionally landscaped neighborhood setting – with ponds
  • 2-bedroom, 2-bath floor plans
  • Modern kitchen appliances and washer-dryer connections
  • 1,013 to 1,120 square feet
  • Patios & Carports
Cottages in The Oaks.
  • Tree-lined streets in a professionally landscaped neighborhood setting – with ponds
  • 2- and 3-bedroom floor plans
  • Modern kitchen appliances and washer-dryer connections
  • Generous storage and interior utility rooms
  • 1,662 to 2,254 square feet
  • Two-car garages
ALZHEIMER’S, DEMENTIA MEMORY CARE FOR SENIORS IN SAN ANTONIO

Genuine care. Innovative treatment.

Freedom House, since opening in 1998, has set new standards for memory care treatment methods. Today’s state-of-the-art services, alongside a staff with an extraordinary record of longevity, combine to create a holistic approach to care. And family members are engaged with the care team to ensure the highest quality of life possible.

Enriched living for adventuresome seniors.

Lifestyle? Dynamic. You’ll find a variety of residential choices on two campuses, maintenance and housekeeping provided, and multiple dining venues at the ready. You’ll also discover you can have all the time you need to cultivate friendships, plus all sorts of opportunities for social, physical, intellectual, emotional, vocational, environmental and spiritual activities. So blaze your trail of adventure. This life’s rich – which makes you wealthy beyond measure.

What’s the Blue Skies lifestyle?

Connect. Learn. Find fulfillment. This is a rich, robust senior living experience. Daily life teams with friendship, sports, exercise, learning, volunteering, dance, music and networking, and you’ll be ideally situated – with a ready cadre of companions – to kick off or join the next adventure. Choose your adventure. Identify your goal. Grab your friends. And go.

What Makes Us Special

Beautiful residences, gardens, a full roster of activities and a corps of loving volunteers make Liberty House a special place for residents who need an assisted living apartment home.


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