4315 Rogers Rd, San Antonio, TX 78251
The June senior living community in San Antonio, Texas, is here for you. Located in the SeaWorld/Lackland area of San Antonio, The June offers the choices you are seeking. Our clean minimalist design and updated interiors offer safety, comfort, and security to residents with direct care suited just for your needs. Our resident-focused community keeps it simple with elegantly designed spaces, lots of amenities, a calendar full of engaging programs, and a staff of care professionals available around the clock. We aim to anticipate your needs here and as we get to know you we do just that. From light assisted living to more advanced specialized care, we have you covered. We not only take care of your care needs but are dedicated to helping you live your life to the fullest with activities coordinated on and offsite just for you. We aim for happiness here with a holistic outlook designed with your comfort in mind. We encourage you to check out the vast array of care options at The June, and see for yourself how rewarding life can be here. Contact an advisor today to find out more!
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Closest and I love that they bake and have music daily. Tour is set for today at 1:00pm I was not impressed. [name removed] put me in a awkward position by asking about what other communities I was looking at. when I told her, she immediately put them down.
Response from The JuneJune 24, 2021
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The community did not provide the care that was needed. When we talked to them about the issues they said they would take care of them but didnt. I asked them to check on my loved one every 2 hours, they did not and several times she fell, and no one checked on her for 5 hours. I would not recommend this community to others
Response from The JuneApril 26, 2021
Dear Linda, We are sorry to hear that you are dissatisfied with our community and take feedback very seriously. We do not have your name connected with any of our residents and have no record of a complaint of this nature. Would you be able to contact our Executive Director at [removed] so we can further discuss? We are committed to providing top notch care and service and want to make sure your concerns are addressed immediately.
The staff members at the community are all very nice, and we do believe they offer daily activities for the residents. We did do our research on the average cost of assisted living, and in the beginning our value for cost was pretty reasonable but now with covid they have raised everyone's rent an extra $100 to cover all the covid protocols. We are providing our loved ones medication, even the ones that are over the counter. Now the community is requiring every residents to use their preferred pharmacy, which we believe will not be able to match our insurance cost. If we do not use the pharmacy they will charge us an extra $350 a month. The communication could also be improved.
Response from The JuneApril 23, 2021
Thank you for the kind words regarding our community. In terms of the medication management fees - we have requested all residents move to the onsite pharmacy in order to ensure safety and accuracy when providing medication. Each dose is provided in a single pack for each resident. The pharmacy costs are equivalent to co-pays at Walgreens, CVS, or any equivalent pharmacy. Please let us know if that's not the case and we can work with the pharmacy to match the co-pay. Please contact us at the community for more information, as we want to ensure that our residents and their families are satisfied with the care provided.
We chose The June because of the location of the facility as well as the value for the money. They really worked with me on the monthly price. The room sizes here were adequate compared to others that we looked into. I would tell others that if possible, try to get in here to visit your loved one as often as you can. Overall, I would recommend.
Response from The JuneApril 23, 2021
Thank you for the thoughtful review. We are committed to providing great care and service to our residents. We find that our community provides provide the highest value in our market. Thank you for the recommendation!
It was nice until the new management took over. The food was not good, they were both in the dementia unit but my dad did not have dementia, on that unit it was worse than it was on the assisted living side, he said it was always cold and bland. Overall, we would recommend because everyone will have their own experience.
This facility is really great. They take good care of my mom. And I would definitely recommend this facility. They have adapted well to covid and we got to do window visits, the food could be better but they have a good variety.
Response from The JuneApril 23, 2021
Thank you for the kind review! Our team has worked tremendously hard during Covid to protect our residents. We will follow up with you directly to get your feedback regarding our dining program, as this type of feedback is very important to us to address.
The June is a very nice and modern community, our loved one is the memory care facility. They also have an assisted living and both are in the same building, however the memory care unit is somewhat isolated from the other part. The rooms are very spacious, there is a variety to choose from. Some of the rooms don't have attached showers but our loved ones room did. They are very nice and modern with higher ceilings. Due to our loved ones health situation this community did not really work for us, she had mixed dementia, and the only other negative was there was relatively high turnover rates with the staff members.
The only concern I have is the constant leadership turnover. The caregivers are great. They are wonderful, friendly , good to my dad, and they know me. The food is good and they offer choices. I chose this community because of the price point, and my dad was able to live in an apartment there which gave him a sense of independence.
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.
Response from The JuneMay 11, 2020
Thank you for sharing your feedback. I am glad your mother is enjoying The June. We would love to speak with you about your review. We will reach out to you soon!
Curb appeal reminded us of a nursing home. Small facility. Small bedrooms. Clean and very welcoming.
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.
My mom was neglected here, and nobody wanted to accept responsibility. Instead, I was either ignored or received excuses or accusations. When I brought my mom here a year ago, things were run differently. [Name removed] sent me weekly photos of my mom doing activities. After [name removed] left, things changed. This place has had several different directors and head nurses in the past year, so that I'm not familiar with their names. A few weeks ago, my mom started wearing sandals without socks for the first time. That's when I noticed the condition of her feet. Her baby toenails were so long, they looked like bamboo shoots and some of her other nails were curling around her toes. Her feet smelled terrible. I went to the front desk and alerted the girl and asked to speak to the head nurse. She said the head nurse was busy, but would call me soon. No call. I called the next day expressing my disappointment that the head nurse hadn't called and that my mom's feet needed attention. The girl up front promised I'd receive a call back within a half hour. No call. I went back to the home the following week, and my mom's feet were in the same condition. They smelled awful. Nobody had clipped her nails. I was furious at this point. I called up to the front and asked for the head nurse. They said she was gone. I asked for [name removed], one of the directors. She was with potential clients, so I sat there waiting. I finally went to the front and found [name removed] and let her know how furious I was. This was when the excuses began. Apparently, it's my job to clip my mom's toenails. I was unaware of this. Even so, why didn't someone alert me to the condition of her feet? They were supposedly bathing her three times a week. Hadn't anyone noticed? I was told that my mom sometimes refuses her baths. Whoa! So how often were they bathing her? I never got a straight answer on that, but every pair of her shoes smelled terrible. I was also told that they couldn't call a podiatrist to check on my mom's feet because they didn't have her insurance card. Ridiculous. Of course, they did. I had to give it to them to check her in, but even if they'd lost it, they could have called me. Then I had to deal with the director of the place, a little strawberry-blonde lady who gave me all the same excuses. In addition, she wanted me to know it wasn't her fault, since she's only been the director for two months (I later learned from other nurses she'd been there five months). She then went on to accuse me of not visiting enough. I told her I visited every week. She asked why she never saw me if I visited every week. I said she could check the books if she didn't believe me. She answered she would be checking the books. Wow! By this point, I knew my mom had to leave this place. Nobody wanted to accept responsibility for my mom's neglect, or at the very least, give me assurances that this would never happen again. They wanted to keep making up excuses and deflect blame. I even contacted their national headquarters through Facebook. Their page said response time is typically within 24 hours. This was over a week ago, and they saw my message, but never replied. A few days before we moved her out, my husband and I went to check on her. She was sleeping in the dining room in an uncomfortable chair with her chin resting on her chest. There were no other patients there, but three nurses were talking at the other end of the dining hall. Couldn't someone have woken her up and helped her to her bed instead of leaving her there like that? What if she would have fallen out of the chair? They were not close enough to catch her. BTW, the director didn't apologize to me, but she did tell me I owe $$ for next month, even though my mom isn't there anymore. There was no way I was leaving my mom there to be neglected by their staff an extra month. Also, when I spoke to [name removed] from A Place for Mom, Heritage never told them that I moved my mom in there last year, but I did move her in after [name removed] had found this place for us.
I do feel my friends are getting the type of care they need here at this community. This is a nice community, and I would even live here if I needed this type of care. The staff I met was kind, and friendly. The director was very polite, and great with her follow up. I had a good welcome when I toured this community. It is a community I would recommend.
I was please with speaking to friendly staff and appreciated them for taking the time to show us the community. They were willing to answer all my questions. I had to take into consideration is was also an Assisted Living community and I was looking for something more directed to Memory Care.
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