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41-Year-Resident, Still Thriving!

posted: December 2014

Col Berkeley and Mrs. Katie Mann helped raise the funds to build Air Force Village, a concept that was dear to their hearts. In 1973, they became residents and 2014 marks 41 years with us for Mrs. Mann. After her beloved husband passed away in 1990, she continued to reap the benefits of life here – playing her grand piano, dancing and enjoying a circle of devoted friends. This year, her niece felt Mrs. Mann would be better served in Freedom House where she could get 24/7 care. After the move she wrote a thank you note to us, saying, “The whole experience could have been horrible, but thanks to EVERYONE at Blue Skies, it was not.” Now her 99-year-young aunt is comfortable, happy and safe, in the care of a staff that loves her like family. Mrs. Mann Is a vibrant example of how the quality of care, services, social network, healthy nutrition and active lifestyle at Blue Skies contribute to residents’ overall health and longevity. Mrs. Mann is pictured here dancing at a holiday dinner & dance at the San Antonio Country Club on December 4. Her partner is dance instructor Patrick McMillan.
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Blue Skies of Texas Opens Nursing Simulation Lab

Continuing Care Retirement Community Leads San Antonio Skilled Nursing Industry with state-of-the-art training

Posted December 12, 2014

Blue Skies of Texas (the former Air Force Village) announced the opening of a nursing simulation lab at an open house December 11 at the Blue Skies of Texas East campus located at 4917 Ravenswood Dr. in San Antonio, Texas. The skilled nursing facilities of Blue Skies of Texas are one of the first in San Antonio to offer this type of on-site training for nursing staff, furthering the commitment of the organization to provide top-rated, quality care for its residents. The lab is designed to provide hands-on training for the more than 60 nurses employed in the licensed health care centers of Blue Skies of Texas.
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