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The June

4315 Rogers Rd, San Antonio, TX 78251

(800) 558-0653

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3.89

(19 reviews)

Offers Assisted Living and Memory Care
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Reviews of The June in San Antonio, Texas

3.89

(19 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.6

  • Staff

    4.3

  • Food

    3.0

  • Activities

    3.4

  • Value

    3.0

Andrea

3

December 18, 2023

I visited this facility

The June was nice and clean. The woman that toured me was knowledgeable and friendly. I remember the rooms being pretty small. The least expensive one, the studio, didn't even have a shower in the room. Then to the next level up, to get a shower in your room, you had to have a Jack and Jill bathroom. I think every resident needs to have their own shower and their own private private bathrooms. The dining area was nice.

James

5

December 7, 2023

I visited this facility

The June was very good. One thing about it that I recommended to my sister was the two-bedroom apartment with a companion. That appealed to her. It had two bedrooms and bathrooms and then a central common area. The staff was very good. It's very well maintained. The library seemed small.

Carol

4

September 6, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My husband is at The June. We chose it because it's close to my house. The facilities and amenities are nice. The staff is nice. They could probably do better as far as helping the residents. I understand that they don't get paid a lot, so you get what you pay for. I'm sure it's like that wherever you go. The food is okay. My husband plays bingo.

L.Hensley

1

March 24, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

I would would tell you to find another solution other than putting your loved one at the June. After moving our mother here for more than a year…from another abysmal experience at another Aventine property, we cannot move her fast enough to a facility that has trained and compassionate caregivers. We received many promises that the problems from the other property would not reoccur… however they have constantly given the excuse of “reorganizing”. The food is awful, call buttons go unanswered, few caregivers are properly trained, and residents are treated like toddlers. We receive no less than 10 calls a week from her relaying horrors of experiences. Our mother is physically challenged but not mentally impaired, yet simple things such as clothing or food choices are denied - taking away the dignity of the few decisions she still has. Their neglect resulted in an ER visit when she was not put to bed and tried to get there herself. The facility is nice, but the focus is completely on making it look inviting while ignoring compassionate care. Cannot say goodbye soon enough.

Lia

4

January 15, 2023

I visited this facility

I toured The June. It was nice. The person who led the tour was very knowledgeable. The rooms were very nice and bright. I didn't have any problems with them. They seemed okay. They have large dining areas. They had a more secluded setting for memory care. They had areas where they were interactive with the television and areas for large and small groups. And then I saw somebody working in the garden. The outdoor spaces were nice and large. The facility was very nice.

Susan

5

May 8, 2022

I visited this facility

We went to The June. It was a very convenient tour. They were very helpful in letting us know everything that was going on. My friend enjoyed the place. She thought it was very nice and very clean. She loved the one-bedroom apartment, but she decided that she just did not want to move into a senior home at this time, or even look anymore, but this was one area that I personally would put high on my list. Three meals a day are provided, and snacks. They have a private room, and if you have company or family that comes to visit, you could be in there and have meals there together. I thought it was a very nice area. They're very helpful and they would help with medications and things like that. Seeing some of the residents there, and the camaraderie among the ladies walking in the hallways together, it just seemed like a very nice place. The staff during the tour was extremely nice, knowledgeable, gave us a lot of information, showed us around, and pointed out things that we would not even think about asking. She just made it very enjoyable. We only looked at the one-bedroom with a small living room and a kitchenette. It was more than enough. To us, it would make room for her queen bed and everything, so it would be really good. During the walkthrough they brought some dogs for people to play with and just cuddle. They also showed us the area where they could play card games or just sit and talk, and the little areas or patio areas where they could sit and just talk or just enjoy the breeze. If I needed to be somewhere, I would definitely choose that area. I basically just saw one entrance, and it was hard for me to think that that was the main entrance. I totally went around the building, and then I realized that that's the only entrance, so that must be the main entrance. I was looking for like a big entrance or something that marked it as the entrance.

Sara

4

October 26, 2021

I visited this facility

The June in San Antonio was fine and it looked adequate. I saw their assisted living and the layout seems to be very open and good for people with mobility issues. They have nice wide hallways, good wide doorways, and that sort of thing. I would say their outdoor space is a little lacking but other than that, it was great. The staff who assisted me was great too. They have a dining facility and an in-house physical therapy room, which I thought was really great. They also have some open courtyards, and additional gathering spaces as well as a private dining area for when people bring families in.

Michael

3

September 11, 2021

I am/was a resident of this facility

I am currently a resident in The June. I have no complaints, it's fine, and I am satisfied. We have bingo three times a week, we take trips to the Walmart, and we have our doctors' appointments. We have a salon, a laundry room, and a game room. The staff are friendly and approachable. The food is not great. It's as homey as can be.

Cassandra

5

August 22, 2021

I visited this facility

What I liked best about The June was the decor, and the floor plans were nice. However, the ala carte pricing made it quite costly to consider. They weren't lacking on any level. It was just the cost was prohibitive because you were paying item by item for things. The staff was a delight. She was really on top of things, very informative, quite animated in her presentation, and made you very comfortable. It was all top shelf and very nicely done. The surroundings were very serene. It's kind of isolated, so it's very quiet and peaceful.

Virginia

4

July 15, 2021

I visited this facility

The June is the newest one of all the places we went to. It's nice. It's very expensive. But considering that The June is so expensive, I didn't think the rooms were that big. I liked the location, they're newer. They did offer amenities, but I don't remember. The layout was nice, the counters inside the resident's rooms were nice. It all depends on the different plans, but I like it. It's just the price because everything doubles. Even if the couple is in the same room it's double the price, which I thought was really expensive because they're charging the same rent for the second person even though they're sharing the room.

Lyn Ruby

5

March 15, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Beautiful community. Friendly and caring staff. Entertaining activities.

lynette

5

February 1, 2020

I visited this facility

The June didn't have independent living. The gentleman showed us around, but he agreed that we're not ready for assisted living at this point. It was very nice, it was a very beautiful facility, very pricey though in comparison to the others, and the rooms were very nice and very spacious. The staff was very nice, very knowledgeable, and gave us a good tour. The dining area was nice, and it's in a good location.

Provider Response

Dear Lynette, Thank you so much for your wonderful and thoughtful review of The June! Your candid feedback is much appreciated. Even though assisted living may be somewhere in the future for you and your family, we would certainly like to invite you back for lunch, dinner, or our Friday Happy Hour! You have a 'standing invitation' for each! I would love for you and your family to meet our staff and our residents, and please feel free to ask them about their experiences here at the June! I am confident their responses will be overwhelmingly positive!

CKWY

1

February 20, 2019

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My father was a resident there for for about seven months and was hesitant to write a review of the facility because I thought my expectations may be out of line. However after about six weeks in his new facility, I have realized that this facility has some significant issues. First of all--the positive. It's a new(er) facility and the rooms and facility have a nice layout and is maintained nicely. Manny, who is the facilities director does a nice job as well as the gentleman who cleans the rooms each week. Unfortunately that's about where it stops. Some questions or things I wish we would have asked, looked at a little closer, or have done differently: Staff turnover. From the point we looked at the facility to the time we moved dad out, every key position (facility director, nursing director, marketing, dining, etc.) had turned over at least once, most at least two times and one position (marketing) I lost total count of how many people had been in that role and they were on the their third director of nursing by the time dad moved out. Food. Eat in the dining hall multiple times. Eat what the residents eat and stop by unannounced to see what's for dinner (as well as lunch). Don't just look at the menu; it is not necessarily indicative of what is served or what you might expect a dish to be. While I thought my dad was just picky (and he is to a degree), now that he is settled in his new place, there has not been one complaint about food. When he was at at Heritage, complaints were almost daily. And not just "I don't like the food," on many occasions, it was that they had run out of some of the basics (coffee, orange juice, milk, etc.) There also is some significantn inconsistency between shifts, cooks, etc. I contacted the facility director at least twice regarding this but was met with excuses with little improvement. Care. While we were fortunate that dad didn't have a lot of needs from the nursing staff, the few times that he hit the button for help, it was not answered in a timely manner. While we were told during our visit that the button is answered in a specific timeframe, we didn't find this to be the case. The one thing that he needed done once a week was botched to the point that we would work around the director to get it done. Activities. While the activity calendar is plentiful, show up when the activities are supposed to be going on. I believe the calendar is more of a marketing piece than an actual listing of what is actually happening. See if people show up to attend any of the activities and see if they actually happen. Something I wish we would have done. While the Director of the Facility is fairly new and I think her heart is in the right place, I have serious doubts if the place can turn around. I would recommend looking at several facilities and check out the food and activities and even talk to some of the residents and their family to get perspective. While it's never easy making the decision to put your loved one in a facility like this, I would urge you to do your homework and look "behind the curtain." The community fee, which is a couple thousand dollars, is non-refundable, so if you make a mistake, it can a costly one.

Elayne

4

February 1, 2019

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My parents-in-law are living in Heritage at Westover Hills. It's a fantastic new facility that offers all kinds of arts and crafts, a computer room, fitness room, laundry room, TV, and movie rooms. They have catered meals, and take your family to doctors' appointments on Tuesdays and Thursdays They go on day trips out of the community on the community bus. Quite frankly, it looks like a very nice hotel. I would have checked my own self in because it's very nice, clean, and smells very clean. They have nice furniture and meeting rooms. The front lobby is beautiful, and they have a little putt-putt area in the center court where they can go outside, get some air, and plant their own flowers. It's fabulous. If I was their age, I would be more than happy to check myself in there because it's just terrific.

Bob

4

April 30, 2018

I visited this facility

Everything was great at Heritage at Westover Hills. That’s probably the best place. I like the menu and the food set up. I also like the area. The rooms are good, but none of them were as big as I like.

Provider Response

Hi Bob, Thank you for visiting our community and taking the time to write about us. I am glad you were able to enjoy a sampling of our wonderful scratch based menu, we do have an amazing chef. I am sorry the rooms are not as big as you like but I would love to personally have the opportunity to show you what we could do to make you comfortable and feel right at home. Come by anytime or call and ask for me Bob, I would love to assist in any way possible.

JR

3

October 31, 2017

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Dad was a resident of Heritage at Westover Hills for three weeks. It's a beautiful place, but they were short-staffed and they were not patient. The rooms were clean and spacious, but they didn't have an emergency pull cord near the bed. You have to go all the way to the bathroom. There was also no personal pendant should the resident need immediate attention.

Lisa

5

July 17, 2017

I visited this facility

The rooms at Heritage at Westover Hills were beautiful. The staff was very nice and friendly. It was a new place and still forming their activities, so I didn’t see anything going on while I was there. They had nice amenities, like a kitchen and gathering areas. Their courtyard was nice, too. We had a meal, and the food was good.

esther123621

5

June 1, 2017

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

I found the Heritage. It's in a very nice location, and the staff is very friendly and very nice. He's very well taken care of, his room is very well-kept, and somebody cleans it, and takes him to his appointment when needed. They have several activities. The have Bingo, movies, trivia games, and memory games. I am very impressed with the pricing, and it's very nice.

Robert775665

4

January 5, 2017

I visited this facility

I visited The Heritage at Westover Hills. They were a new facility and very good for me because they were very close. It looked like they had some activities for people. There were a lot of lights wherever you go and a lot of windows, so it had a lot of natural lighting. Their suites were nice and came with basic cable service. They seemed to have a lot of care for patients. They had a special community fee. They seemed to be concerned with the health of their patients and keeping them up rather than keeping them sedated. It was close to shopping. The staff was very accommodating.

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Costs for The June in San Antonio, Texas

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$3,600

Starting Price

Memory Care

Memory Care is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Specially trained staff members assist with activities of daily living (such as bathing and dressing) and provide therapies to slow further loss of cognitive abilities.

$4,899

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of The June in San Antonio, Texas

Costs

  • Entry Fee
  • Fee Structure Extra: MC is all inclusive - AL is rent + care costs

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: We do offer companion suites

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchenette
  • Dining Room Shared Meals
  • Dining Extra: private dining room

About The June in San Antonio, Texas

Imagine your days filled with the things you enjoy, the conveniences of services, the companionship of friends and the privacy of your own apartment.

The June believes senior living should involve convenient choices, friendly staff, exciting dining and programming with consistent clinical services. An Engaged Day is a fun day! It is a day to interact with others and experience fantastic friends. It is a day to try something new or enjoy a long standing interest. It is a day filled with smiles in the dining room or hugs from caregivers.

Offering Assisted Living and Memory Care for seniors, our wide array of services and amenities are designed to engage and delight you each day.

Our clinical care is second to none. We ensure that every part of our residents’ day is purposeful and engaging, and every member of our team is part of the plan—even including the front office personnel, housekeepers and cooks. This community of caretakers manages both chronic and acute issues all day, every day, with proven techniques and methodologies delivered by an overflowing sense of empathy.

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