Premier Assisted Living is owned and operated by Lianne McClure, a licensed real estate broker, Certified Nurse Aid (CNA), and native of San Antonio. Having worked in real estate for over 15 years, her love of taking on new projects merged with her passion for wanting to create a small and loving care home environment for seniors, following the loss of her parents.
After her mother’s sudden passing and her father’s subsequent stroke, like many family members trying to find the right care for their loved one, she helped manage her father’s recovery through various environments to get him the necessary assistance he needed. Following his initial hospitalization and rehabilitation, his journey included staying at various skilled nursing facilities and finally a large commercial assisted living facility. Sadly, her father had another stroke following his admission and passed away shortly thereafter. While the large home seemed like a nice facility, it became apparent the minimal staffing wasn’t adequate for his supervision needs.
When Lianne learned about small, residential care homes and the family atmosphere they offered, she was immediately drawn to this new path in life. In memory of her beloved parents, Pete and Elaine, she opened her first care home on Poppy Peak Street near Hollywood Park. With up to 6 residents total, it truly reflects the personalized and loving family environment that she wanted to create for other families dealing with those same difficult challenges of finding the best fit for their loved one who can no longer live on their own. Not only is the location easily accessible in north central San Antonio near Loop 1604 and Hwy. 281 North, it also has a natural, serene, and country feel to the area with many native deer that visit daily.
The mission at Premier Assisted Living is to provide high quality assisted living care to seniors that still want the option to live in a small, residential home that feels more like the place they lived before. We want to promote dignity, independence, and quality of life for seniors in their golden years by treating them like family members, just as we would with our own loved ones.