4331 Parkway Drive, San Antonio, TX 78228
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A Place For Mom
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We moved my mother to Parkway assisted living facility . The entire staff was caring and took great care of my mother. The care they provide is outstanding.This place is clean and the furniture is in pristine condition. The staff is helpful and very friendly. The residents that live there and their visiting families were freindly and the atmosphere is cozy. Families are kept informed of everything going on with their loved one no matter how large or small the matter may be. This is of utmost importance to me and my family. Having communication between the staff and family members is a MUST. Residents and family members would tell me the food is great and they love the activities provided. The staff there goes above and beyond what is needed to do to make sure the residents that live there are comfortable and well taken care of. The admistration was always in contact with ourfamily and made sure our mother was well taken care of . The Staff is to be comended for their tireless hours with the residents. I highly recommend Parkway assisted living to anyone looking to place their love one in such caring and nurturing facility .
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