CASA MURIEL SENIOR HEALTH & ASSISTED LIVING

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Coming Together in 2020

Today, on March 26th, the global pandemic is unfolding as a far-reaching social, financial, and public health calamity. Just like other unimaginable disasters in the past - market crashes, world wars, the attacks on 9/11 – We, the people, persevered and overcame those challenges by sharing our benefits and burdens for the good of all.

We can’t change The World, but we can make “Our World” a better place.

Assisted Living in Antigua

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The need is obvious, for an assisted living, elderly care home or senior health resource center in or around Antigua. We have all seen friends and neighbors search for post-operative attention or specialized nursing care for a particular issue or various ailments. Sometimes isolation, vulnerability and chronic pain cause a different set of problems. Imagine if all the attention these patients needed were available in a comfortable cooperative home in Antigua. In addition, those residents would enjoy an enhanced quality of life without the stress of cooking, cleaning, paying bills, staying safe, and finding reliable transportation and medical care.

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Casa Muriel, inspired by my mom Muriel Shea (b. 1926- ), is taking shape as an Antigua-based cooperative senior living center with daily personal assistance, medical attention, and all the comforts of living in a fully appointed home. Sharing services and expenses makes economic sense, and participating in daily scheduled social events keeps us actively engaged in a vital community.

As they say, “It takes a village...”, and you are part of my village. To achieve a productive communal home and successful cooperative community, we need to work together. You are receiving this email message because I value your insights and perspective, maybe from experience with your own parents moving from the family home into a senior care facility, or maybe just being honest about the lifestyle you would like to have for yourself 2 or 5 or 10 years from now.

Background and Concept

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From December 2018 to February 2020, I spent nearly every day, including a month of 24/7 day & night care, with my mother in Rhode Island at her independent, then assisted living, then rehabilitation centers. Mom’s spirit was always upbeat, and she developed cordial friendships, but then we had to make decisions about dementia and nursing care that would maintain her dignity and personal comfort.

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From art classes and physical therapy to hospital admissions and final directives, I was there by her side, listening, discussing, reading and learning everything possible about the ways we could enhance her quality of life, from the no-nonsense senior care professionals. I think we can duplicate that high-quality low-stress senior lifestyle that my mother enjoyed, here in Antigua Guatemala, but with volcano views and tropical gardens.

We Have Medical Providers & Management Professionals

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Since Guatemala Medical Travel started in 2009, I have been successfully inviting North Americans and Europeans to come to Guatemala to schedule high-end medical and dental procedures with our amazingly talented surgeons and dentists. As the general manager, I’ve also guided the G.M.T. business model to meet all sorts of unanticipated goals in emergency and primary care for our clients.

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▪ Registered nurses, GMT associates over the last 10 years, are ready and able to address the specific needs of the older ex-pat population.
▪ My professional background is in hospitality management and accounting, opening dozens of high-end hotels and restaurants in Miami & Key West since the mid-80’s.
▪ Casa Muriel residents might be retired, but they still have a lot of value to contribute to the physical, spiritual and emotional well-being of their neighbors.
Registered nurses, GMT associates over the last 10 years, are ready and able to address the specific needs of the older ex-pat population.
My professional background is in hospitality management and accounting, opening dozens of high-end hotels and restaurants in Miami & Key West since the mid-80’s.
Casa Muriel residents might be retired, but they still have a lot of value to contribute to the physical, spiritual and emotional well-being of their neighbors.

Let’s put those skills and contacts to good use, benefiting the health needs of our friends right here at home in Guatemala, and the ex-pats who will choose to live here in coming years.

What We Need: Investors and a Location

Talk to your friends about investing in a hotel property to create a senior center for the protection and comfort of our community of elders. It’s the compassionate and civilized thing to do. Call me for a personal business plan presentation.

The Next Steps

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I’m sharing my thoughts and plans in this email newsletter with about 100 ex-pat friends in Antigua, Lago de Atitlan and Rio Dulce, as well as professional nurses and real estate agents who have valuable tips to offer about effective planning methods and property options.

To include your ideas and impressions in the next newsletter, please respond here to my personal email: LoriShea@live.com or my mobile: 3315-1555. For serious investors, ask for the complete 15-page business plan with an operations outlines, pro forma budget, and departmental cost analyses.

We can do this, as a cooperative project with the goal of offering the best possible care to our wise and respected elders.

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All the best, and warm regards,

Lori... and Muriel

 
   
 
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