24803 Broad Oak Trail, San Antonio, TX 78255
Blossom Care Assisted Living is designed for those who desire an independent lifestyle in a warm and friendly environment, with professional care and quality assistance close at hand.
Our community is owned and operated by Elizabeth Davis, who has over 28 years of experience in elder care, including retirement living and skilled nursing. Our community grounds feature beautiful landscaping, a large backyard, and a covered deck. We’re positive you’ll enjoy our home-like atmosphere, personalized activities, and exceptional care services.
At Blossom Care, our fully certified and experienced team provides 24/7 monitoring and security, and can assist residents with a number of tasks, including eating, grooming, walking, arranging transportation, and scheduling appointments.
Our community has an activities coordinator on-site that also provides social and recreational activities, such as games, movies, exercise opportunities, and more.
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Blossom Care offers private rooms with private bathrooms, walk-in showers, large hallways, tile flooring, and wheelchair accessibility. Contact A Place for Mom’s Senior Living Advisors to learn more about how our community can cater to your every desire!
Blossom Care is a Type B assisted living facility. In the state of...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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My mother has moved into Blossom Care as I am no longer able to properly care for her in her declining health. It is a lovely residence with wonderful caring employees. My mother has a very nice room with a full bathroom and a walk-in shower. They have activities like games and puzzles including many more, but unfortunately my mother can't participate. They are licensed for 16 residents and they currently have 12 residents. One of the best things about it is that the ratio of caregiver-to-resident is very high which is one of the main reasons I chose their facility over a large nursing home with mediocre care. I highly recommend this facility to anyone who needs help with their loved ones.
Its a nice facility and worth looking into. The rooms are nice and everyone has their own bathroom. The food looked good and they had a good variety. I would definatly recommend this community to others
It is a very nice facility, and it is in a nice neighborhood with a rural setting. The staff has been very engaging. The rooms are comfortable, it is a converted house which is a part of what we liked. It is not like an institutional cookie cutter room. We have heard good things about the food, but with COVID we have not had a chance to go there for a meal.
Blossom is a really special retirement and assisted living home. The owners are a family and the employees are very caring people. The home is immaculately clean and open and enjoyable to live in. [name removed], her family and crew are doing a great job with my mother. I could not be happier with the home and I am thankful that [name removed] from A Place For Mom recommended it to me. [Name removed] is such a caring and supportive advisor and she knows what she is talking about. Thank you
my Alzheimer's mom is 65 and very active and although this place is clean and [Removed] seems very dedicated, I don't think my mom would be a good fit here. The house is huge, but the property is very small. When I asked about physical activities for my mom (she still mows her own lawn!) the owner seemed a bit confuzzled as to what to do with her. A wonderful tour though
A Place For Mom had options for us and made our search easy with the perimeter we were looking into. This home was nice but not as nice as another facility we had looked at. The tour was good.
I would not have found this place if it was not for A Place For Mom. I like the fact that it is all females. The owner, [Removed], was what sold is. I felt very comfortable with her and the caregivers are all kind and friendly. The size of the place is perfect. There are only 9 residents there4 and the place is very clean. We are very happy with our choice.
I was impressed with the cleanliness of the home; there were no malodorous smells. Also impressed that there is a live-in caregiver on site. The grounds were nice for walking and enjoying nature. The private rooms were a bit small but sufficient for my client.
Very nice neighborhood, very nice and clean home, and beautiful porch. Even has an outdoor yard with tables. The room is comparatively spacious and the owner is very nice. She has two aides that assist with showers and meals. But none of the residents spoke, two weren't even moving, and one stayed in his room. There seems to be no activity between the residents. The only indoor common area was the dining table. And they don't offer outings. I think Dad would feel very isolated here.
Nice but I liked environment at New Hope better. The outdoors seemed much more peaceful and it was roomier. The owner was nice and it seemed ok but not what I was looking for.
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