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If you missed Blue Skies of Texas featured in an interview on 930 AM’s The Answer on Sunday, March 22, listen below or click here. Be sure to listen for us on future shows, which will also be posted here after the air date.READ MORE »
Through an annual campaign led by the Air Force Personnel Center, the Air Force Assistance Fund (AFAF) gives active duty Airmen and retirees the opportunity to support one of four charitable organizations. Air Force Villages Charitable Foundation is one of those four affiliates of the AFAF. Others include The LeMay Foundation, Air Force Enlisted Village and the Air […]READ MORE »
The Blue Skies of Texas Hospice program has earned the prestigious Gold Seal Accreditation from The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), effective January 2015. This Gold Seal is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards. Read MoreREAD MORE »
Blue Skies of Texas has been selected as a “Caring Star” of 2015, as part of an annual nationwide program honoring service excellence. The award was based on consumer ratings and reviews posted on Caring.com, a leading senior care website. In reviews from families, seniors, and others concerned about assisted living and Alzheimer’s care, Blue Skies […]READ MORE »
The new 5-acre Heritage Park at Blue Skies East is now ready for residents and their families to enjoy. The park includes 25 new trees, several hundred new plants and flowers, park benches, an in-ground sprinkler system, and new lighting along an ADA compliant sidewalk that now connects the main high rise, midrise, and cottages […]READ MORE »
After 50 years of serving retired military officers and their families, Air Force Village has expanded its eligibility to include all former military personnel as well as seniors without a military background. As part of the transition, the two campuses located in San Antonio will now be known as Blue Skies of Texas.READ MORE »