Senior Care Services Mexico

Wellness Shepherd Wendy provides…

Senior living, senior care guidance and options –  HEALTH, HOUSING (assisted living/nursing care), HOSPICE and palliative care in MEXICO and ECUADOR

*Introduction to and assessment of alternative care providers, senior care services, assisted living homes, hospitals, rehabilitation therapies; coordination of care, end-of-life care and support in Mexico and Ecuador

*Accompaniment to healthcare appointments, making certain your wishes and concerns are addressed and respected in Spanish and English; moral support for your challenges

*Assessments, evaluations, geriatric care plans which help individuals and families with their choices

*Hospice guidance, end-of-life document preparation including advance directives, care coordination, gentle psychosocial/spiritual doula companionship, writing your story, sensitive assistance with cremation plans, government documents for shipment of ashes, grief support for families

*Health insurance options for North American and European older adults in Mexico

*Universal living design consultation, eco-friendly environmental consultation, so your living space is safe, healthful, and suits your daily needs

*Consulting for business entrepreneurs looking to build independent and long-term care living spaces with green home concepts and best practices for quality care

*Public speaker on healthcare emergency planning, ex-pat senior living options, end-of-life planning, palliative care and hospice

6 thoughts on “Senior Care Services Mexico”

  1. SUCH a huge need here in Ecuador!! Thank You Wendy!!…I
    lived in Cuenca for four years, and now back in Cotacachi, where there so needs to be assisted living options but so far there are not. The nurses etc are very few as well….A few of us know and are looking for options.

    I appreciate so much your work, and would like to invite you to come here for a conference perhaps. I will facilitate if you would be agreeable, and would be glad to help!
    I am not completely bilingual but have started a soup kitchen for street people, and investigated some options for living situations for the flood of expats that are coming here now.
    Cotacachi is warmer than Cuenca in my experience and nearby Ibarra even better. The only drawback is the airport is 1.5-2 hours away.
    Anyway, Just wanted to make contact and open the door to this most important and very relevant work….we have had about 3 deaths over the last 8 months here .
    I do believe there would be a huge turnout if you wanted to come and offer services and /or duplicate your work and services up here in North Ecuador!
    Just thinking!

    1. Hello dear Lulie,
      1001 thanks for taking the time to find and read the post!!
      All you do to help others is needed and I imagine most appreciated.
      Thanks for the invitation to Cotacachi… all is possible… I’ll reflect on it…;)
      Cotacachi has a wonderful nurse practitioner who is serving as a medical translator and more.
      With appreciation for your response, Wendy

  2. Would you let me know of your next Cuenca seminar?
    Or you could make a presentation for our gringo church.
    We have a number old single seniors.
    Gary Gaither 098 599 4299

    1. Hi Gary,
      Thanks for your inquiry and kind invitation. I wrote you on your private e-mail a while back. Don’t know if you received it. I’m producing and moderating an End-of-Life Planning discussion at the Cuenca Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, May 6, 3rd floor (there is an elevator). You and your congregation will be most welcome! Blessings, Wendy Jane Carrel

  3. Wendy, what is your direct contact information for coordination of care from the states to Mexico for in home hospice care? thank you! ~Lynda

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