The June

4315 Rogers Rd San Antonio TX 78251

866-465-5993

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Conveniently located in the SeaWorld – Lackland areas of San Antonio, The June offers comforts and choices that you and your loved one are seeking. Our resident-focused Assisted Living and Memory Care communities offer beautifully designed living options with lovely apartment-style residences, lots of amenities, a calendar full of engaging programs, and a staff of care professionals who are available 24/7 to anticipate your each and every need.
At The June, we take an extremely proactive approach when it comes to each and every one of our residents’ health. Our team of care professionals are dedicated to not only helping our residents live life to the fullest, but also meeting them where they are so that they feel comfort, security, and compassion every step of the way.
We encourage you to check out the vast array of care options at The June, and see for yourself how much more rewarding life can be for your loved one in one of our residences. Our premium finishes and newly renovated apartments will make your loved one feel right at home while they get the support and care they need in a safe and secure environment.
The June features 84 total apartments, including 52 Assisted Living and 32 Memory Care residences. Assisted Living apartment sizes include Studio, One Bedroom and Two Bedroom apartments ranging between 330 and 670 square feet. Memory Care offers four sizes of Studio apartments along with companion living options. We also offer a fully furnished Respite apartment in Assisted Living, perfect for the senior who is recovering from a hospital stay or for those who simply wish to try us out before making a decision to move in on a longer term basis. Certified by the Better Business Bureau and a sponsor for the Alzheimer's Association. Reach out today to schedule a tour of our community!

Pricing at The June

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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Semi-Private
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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.

Reviews of The June

2.9 of 5 Average rating
6 Reviews
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(5) A Place For Mom
(1) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Some Issues, but Mom is Happy

    My mom first came here when it was Heritage at Westover Hills about a year ago. Since first talking with them through A Place for Mom, they have changed Execitive Directors at least 4 times, and nurses just as often. I believe the state even got involved after the last nurse left. There's high turnover with care staff, too. Mom started in Memory Care and then as she recovered from her brain injury, moved to Assisted Living just after it was purchased by a new corporate office. The nurses are not 24 hrs, but there is weekend coverage. There is one bus and one driver for transportation, provided only Tues & Thurs for medical appts and Mon some residents go to Walmart (my mom takes 1 of 2 wheelchair spots on the bus). Medications are currently handled via a paper system, and shift change is at 2, so Mom doesn't always get her 2pm gabapentin, especially when she has outpatient therapy at 3 and the bus leaves at 2:15 for a 5-minute drive. The wait to be picked up depends on if others have appointments, but has never been more than an hour. A nearby doctor and her assistant visit for appointments if you join the practice. Dental you manage on your own. There's a preferred mail-order pharmacy available, so we never mess with running prescriptions. The food is good but they tend to serve pork in the vegetables without mentioning that there's pork in there, so if you do not eat pork, meal time can be a hassle. They do cut up my mom's food, though. I just wish the care staff weren't used as waitstaff and bussers for meals. Sometimes residents need help with the bathroom before and after meals and that's caused issues for us. We once met a girl that had just graduated high school with my son working there. You only need to be 18 and have a high school education (no CNA's). She left for a higher-paying job in food service. I sometimes wish we'd gone with Landon Ridge, but it was out of our budget. But, I will say Mom has not suffered any abuse and is happy there. It is pet friendly for small dogs and cats, but residents/family must pick up after the animals themselves (that's standard across communities). It's 100% non-smoking although staff smoke outside the MC door (no longer accessible to family, so not an issue anymore). It's convenient to local doctor and dental offices (sometimes we don't take the bus because appointments fall Mon, Wed, or Fri). Mom has made many new friends there and receives help for everything from getting out of bed to bathing to toileting and even clipping her nails. She's severely disabled and I feel that in spite of the issues, she's well taken care of.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Some Issues, but Mom is Happy

    My mom first came here when it was Heritage at Westover Hills about a year ago. Since first talking with them through A Place for Mom, they have changed Execitive Directors at least 4 times, and nurses just as often. I believe the state even got involved after the last nurse left. There's high turnover with care staff, too. Mom started in Memory Care and then as she recovered from her brain injury, moved to Assisted Living just after it was purchased by a new corporate office. The nurses are not 24 hrs, but there is weekend coverage. There is one bus and one driver for transportation, provided only Tues & Thurs for medical appts and Mon some residents go to Walmart (my mom takes 1 of 2 wheelchair spots on the bus). Medications are currently handled via a paper system, and shift change is at 2, so Mom doesn't always get her 2pm gabapentin, especially when she has outpatient therapy at 3 and the bus leaves at 2:15 for a 5-minute drive. The wait to be picked up depends on if others have appointments, but has never been more than an hour. A nearby doctor and her assistant visit for appointments if you join the practice. Dental you manage on your own. There's a preferred mail-order pharmacy available, so we never mess with running prescriptions. The food is good but they tend to serve pork in the vegetables without mentioning that there's pork in there, so if you do not eat pork, meal time can be a hassle. They do cut up my mom's food, though. I just wish the care staff weren't used as waitstaff and bussers for meals. Sometimes residents need help with the bathroom before and after meals and that's caused issues for us. We once met a girl that had just graduated high school with my son working there. You only need to be 18 and have a high school education (no CNA's). She left for a higher-paying job in food service. I sometimes wish we'd gone with Landon Ridge, but it was out of our budget. But, I will say Mom has not suffered any abuse and is happy there. It is pet friendly for small dogs and cats, but residents/family must pick up after the animals themselves (that's standard across communities). It's 100% non-smoking although staff smoke outside the MC door (no longer accessible to family, so not an issue anymore). It's convenient to local doctor and dental offices (sometimes we don't take the bus because appointments fall Mon, Wed, or Fri). Mom has made many new friends there and receives help for everything from getting out of bed to bathing to toileting and even clipping her nails. She's severely disabled and I feel that in spite of the issues, she's well taken care of.

  • Curb appeal reminded us of a nursing home. Small facility. Small bedrooms. Clean and very welcoming.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Curb appeal reminded us of a nursing home. Small facility. Small bedrooms. Clean and very welcoming.

  • Take a Hard Look.....

    So, I've debated writing this as I was thinking maybe our expectations were out of line for my father, however after about six weeks in his new facility, I have realized that this facility has some significant issues. First of all, it's a new(er) facility and the rooms and facility have a nice layout and is maintained nicely. [name removed], 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 or would 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. 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 it 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, were 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.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Take a Hard Look.....

    So, I've debated writing this as I was thinking maybe our expectations were out of line for my father, however after about six weeks in his new facility, I have realized that this facility has some significant issues. First of all, it's a new(er) facility and the rooms and facility have a nice layout and is maintained nicely. [name removed], 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 or would 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. 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 it 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, were 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.

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