The Landing at Stone Oak

19110 Huebner Rd San Antonio TX 78258

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As a member of Franklin Companies, we were voted 'Top Work Place' in San Antonio in 2016. 5 of our 7 Directors are certified by the State of Texas as Assisted Living Managers.
Unique to our community is our 24 hours nursing staff.

Pricing at The Landing at Stone Oak

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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 Landing at Stone Oak

3.9 of 5 Average rating
27 Reviews
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(2) A Place For Mom
(25) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Excellent Care

    My mother was a resident at The Landing. Due to her advanced stage of dimentia we could no longer take care of her at home, so we checked around at different homes in San Antonio and decided on The Landing. The staff was efficient, kind ,and caring. I was amazed at the care my mother had at this facility. The place was clean and my mother was well taken care of. Unfortunately my mother who was 101 years old passed away there. The staff would check on her during her last days every 20 minutes to make sure she was doing well and resting comfortably. There is no other place I would have wanted my mother to be, I would rate this facility as excellent!

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Excellent Care

    My mother was a resident at The Landing. Due to her advanced stage of dimentia we could no longer take care of her at home, so we checked around at different homes in San Antonio and decided on The Landing. The staff was efficient, kind ,and caring. I was amazed at the care my mother had at this facility. The place was clean and my mother was well taken care of. Unfortunately my mother who was 101 years old passed away there. The staff would check on her during her last days every 20 minutes to make sure she was doing well and resting comfortably. There is no other place I would have wanted my mother to be, I would rate this facility as excellent!

  • Do Not Recommend This Facility

    My father was at this facility for 8 months. I was not involved with creating the care plan and did not see it until the last month he was a resident. My father had a small stroke and became unable to walk at all but no one changed the care plan. Before he moved in I told them he must have his food cut up and the doctor from rehab said he needed a mechanical diet. They did not cut up his food or provide the prescribed diet. He had major choking incidents because of this. My father was in a wheelchair and was at a high risk of falling. I requested, before he moved in, that he be returned to his room after meals and helped into bed or a chair. They refused and he fell 8 times. They said he could get to his room on his own, which he could, but the doors are kept locked and could not get into his room. He hurt his food kicking the door trying to get in. When I would visit he would be wandering the halls looking for someone to let him in and he would cry when he would see me. He thanked me for rescuing him. They showed no concern for my father's safety and welfare and put his life at risk. They totally ignored me and my request for providing the proper care. Most of the time when I visited, the staff was standing around the front desk talking instead of walking the halls to see who needed help. I would not recommend this facility.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Do Not Recommend This Facility

    My father was at this facility for 8 months. I was not involved with creating the care plan and did not see it until the last month he was a resident. My father had a small stroke and became unable to walk at all but no one changed the care plan. Before he moved in I told them he must have his food cut up and the doctor from rehab said he needed a mechanical diet. They did not cut up his food or provide the prescribed diet. He had major choking incidents because of this. My father was in a wheelchair and was at a high risk of falling. I requested, before he moved in, that he be returned to his room after meals and helped into bed or a chair. They refused and he fell 8 times. They said he could get to his room on his own, which he could, but the doors are kept locked and could not get into his room. He hurt his food kicking the door trying to get in. When I would visit he would be wandering the halls looking for someone to let him in and he would cry when he would see me. He thanked me for rescuing him. They showed no concern for my father's safety and welfare and put his life at risk. They totally ignored me and my request for providing the proper care. Most of the time when I visited, the staff was standing around the front desk talking instead of walking the halls to see who needed help. I would not recommend this facility.

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Community Details at The Landing at Stone Oak

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    • The Landing at Stone Oak Amenities

      • Indoor Common Areas
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      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Devotional Services Offsite
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