New standards for memory care treatment have been the hallmark of Freedom House since it opened in 1998. An assisted living memory care residence for individuals living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias, our state-of-the-art community and innovative treatment methods are a model for memory care throughout the country.

Household and family units.

Intimate Settings

“The small households provide a sense of home. It is comforting to our family.” – Jan Sullivan, spouse of a resident

Cognitive levels determine the family unit groupings of no more than 9 residents – and for each family unit, there’s a dedicated household. Designed for the purpose, every household offers:

  • Wide-open living spaces
  • Intimate settings that encourage socialization
  • Safe, accessible open courtyards
  • Entrances and exits that prevent people from wandering and getting lost

Courtyards

Purpose-driven care plans.

Michelle Willheim

“Thanks to Freedom House caregivers, we received care that far exceeded our expectations.” – Michelle Willhelm, spouse of resident

Safe, nurturing environments enfold each resident with individualized care. Embraced as beloved extended family, each resident benefits from a unique, purpose-driven care plan that includes:

  • Intergenerational activities – In our on-site child care center, stimulating and transforming moments happen between older residents and young children.
  • Pet therapy – We’re a pet-friendly community, with dogs and cats integrated into the daily life of our Blue Skies family.
  • Family involvement – Staff, caregivers and family members join residents for activities that engage and stimulate.

Intergenerational Activities

Well-trained, care-centered, research-focused staff.

Family Involvement

“Kind, caring, loving and compassionate, the staff treats my mother as if she were a beloved family member. She is very happy there.” – John Covert, son of resident

Carefully selected and specially trained, our staff has the knack for knowing how to manage the unique challenges in caring for the individual with Alzheimer’s or other form of dementia.

We are in constant search of better research that addresses and investigates the cause, treatment and a cure for dementia. Over the years, we have partnered with the University of Texas Health Science Center and other entities.

We have also worked with Dr. Donald Royall, respected researcher in pioneering studies which have informed the global medical community. Blue Skies of Texas is the only non-profit community in San Antonio to offer on-site research.

Award-winning service.

Caring Stars 2016 Logo“Caring Star of 2016,” the recognition awarded by Caring.com, demonstrates how well consumers rate our quality of care in assisted living and Alzheimer’s care. Only the top 3% of the 31,000 senior communities nationwide have been recognized with this distinction.

Let’s begin a conversation.

Everyone struggling with progressive dementia needs a special place to live – with special care. We’re here to help caregivers shoulder the burden of providing constant care. Our knowledgeable guidance and support are here for you.

Learn more. San Antonio seniors who have Alzheimer’s or other form of dementia – and their families – find a superior choice for care at the renowned Freedom House. To start a confidential conversation, complete the information request on this page or call 1-800-655-3083.

Frequently Asked Questions

While both offer individually focused care designed to help the individual get the most out of each day, those with Alzheimer’s or another form of age-related dementia find a plan uniquely suited to their needs. Providing an environment, activities and caring professionals as a complete wrap-around concept, memory support is an exceptional kind of residential care. And because the entire network of family, friends and caregivers are affected by a loved one’s memory loss – all are engaged in the comprehensive plan for care.

Since the early 2000s, the global medical community has recognized Freedom House’s pioneering work in researching the cause, treatment and care of Alzheimer’s.