20718 Stone Oak Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78258
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We chose Autumn Grove because when we met with them we had a good feel since it was a smaller community and it is also all inclusive. The room sizes here are adequate for what is needed for our loved one. Overall they are doing a great job and I would recommend to others looking.
Like Arden Courts, this is not a place I'd be comfortable leaving Lorraine at this time. The director [name removed and the staff were amazing, knowledgable and extremely helpful - but the facility itself is not what I'm looking for.
Nice facility and price is great. Only concern is communal t restrooms. Not sure how my mom will feel about that
The staff here is amazing always willing to help the care they provide is exceptional. I thank them all for all their hard work and the care they provide every family in the facility. They treat everyone like family the love they show their patients is what you would expect only a family member to provide but they do it willingly.
I moved my 66 y/o active mother here mid-May on a move-in special with the reassurances from the staff that they could "handle" my mom after they had witnessed some agitated behavior when my caregiver took her there for lunch. Within 4 days of her admittance, they had shipped her off to the ER. They were unable to keep her busy nor redirected away from her aggression during her transitioning to memory care. This is a very small facility with narrow hallways and dark furniture. My mother could see passing vehicles (MAYBE reminding her of her inability to drive nor go home?) in their courtyard area and would throw her clothes over the fence, pacing about constantly, which I am told pacing and exit-seeking is "normal behavior" for transitioning. My mom was over-medicated by an psychiatrist/nurse on Haldol every 4 hours when they clearly have a "no chemical restraints" policy. Within 2 weeks my mom was on her 4th ER visit! they made my family and I feel from DAY 2 that my mother was an inconvenience. They called me constantly to complain and even told an ER NURSE one evening that they didn't want her anymore and that the ER could keep her. The few weeks that my mother was here was the most stressful of my ALZ journey so far. Do not place your LO here unless they are in a wheelchair! 3 weeks later my mother has been moved to a more experienced facility for less than I was paying here, even with the move-in special I had. Not once in 2 weeks have I had one phone call from them. Not once have I had a complaint about my mom. This place needs a new fence to block passing traffic and more activities for their residents, maybe a bus to take them for drives.
Enjoyed my tour and liked the facility a lot. Would be a great place for my mom. Director seemed genuinely caring and knowledgeable. Smaller home-like feeling than larger facilities. Even had sweet dog and friendly cat on premise which I liked.
Autumn Grove Cottage in Stone Oak is a wonderful memory care facility. We chose this facility for our mom especially because it has a low care giver to resident ratio. The facility is always clean and the decor is pretty with a warm, home-like feel. The staff is very experienced, kind and caring. Also, the managing staff is very good at communicating with the family. I always felt mom was safe and well-cared for.
We got so many options from A Place For Mom that made our search easy. The found options in the perimeter we were looking in. This was a nice community but too large for my mom. She was not going to socialize as much we liked and we saw they had more activities going on during the day. It was not going to work for her.
My tour of this community was pretty decent. One of this first thing I noticed is there is not much parking around the community. It took a while for us to find a parking space. Everybody we came across was nice. The community overall felt crowded. It just didn't feel like a good fit overall.
The facility is clean, well kept and smells good. More importantly, the quality of the staff and low staff to resident ratio result in exceptional care. The visiting physician was also complimentary of the staff. She sees a much broader sampling of assisted living / memory care facilities than I.
Small, square, 16 resident facility. Halls were narrow and no bathrooms in the residents rooms. Each hallway has a shared bathroom. One main room for dining and TV viewing. The kitchen was open to the main room and was the same as a kitchen you would find in a single family home. No pets permitted and had fixed menus. Resident rooms were also small. If you're looking for a small operation similar to a private residence albeit with 16 beds, this may work for you. Be prepared for sticker shock! Highest priced facility of all that I've toured thus far and none of the extras you may expect to come with it. I am sure there is a market for this style of facility. Not the right fit for my dad or our family.
Things have gone very well here so far, I'd give them top marks across the board! The facility itself is beautiful, and all of the people we have worked with have been wonderful. The caregivers are great, the nurse manager is nice, and the social worker has been very helpful and informative! My aunt is really thriving here, and has shown a lot of improvement since moving in. We couldn't be happier!
Representatives from AutumnGrove Cottage assessed my husband, Wayne, and refused to take him because he was still combative. I'm very disappointed because I had already put a $500 deposit down for a room at the new facility on Stone Oak. :(
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