Cielito Lindo – Independent & Assisted Living

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Place Category: Medical Services and Assisted Care FacilitiesPlace Tags: dementia and memory care

  • Cielito Lindo is the first retirement community with independent living & assisted living services in the beautiful San Miguel de Allende. Our institution is also the first assisted living in Mexico designed to host Mexicans, Americans, Canadians and other nationalities, offering a higher quality of affordable assisted life, in a wonderful mild climate and in a beautiful colonial style setting.

    For the early retired babyboomers, our retirement community with independent living services offers a wide variety of activities, tennis, thermal water pools, gym and more amenities. For retirees who need some level of assistance, we can provide it in the comfort of their own homes.

    For 24/7 care, our memory center serves people with medical or cognitive conditions & dementia such as Alzheimer´s disease, Parkinsons, multiple sclerosys (MS), vascular dementia, aphasia and other

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  • 1 Review on “Cielito Lindo – Independent & Assisted Living”

    1. Carolee Ornelas Cielito Lindo - Independent & Assisted Living
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      My mother, aged 95, and suffering from dementia arrived at CL in December of 2017. There was much happiness and many people to greet her but the problem was that very few spoke English. The administrator, Alejandra, who is also the daughter in law of the developer of Los Labradores and Cielito Lindo, promised much and delivered little. She talked about outings and a great “psychologically appropriate” program. She raved about the doctor who was there 5 days a week, 8 hours a day and the information we would receive from him weekly. The doctor rarely came out of his office or stopped using his computer and I never saw him interacting with the residents unless he was eating his lunch. The physicologist who was in charge of the entertainment program hurt her leg and was gone for 3 months with no replacement. I requested meeting after meeting to no avail. There is no “program” on the weekends and residents are placed in front of the TV for “movie time”. Finally after 6 months I removed my mother. As with any facility they have you visit when it is scheduled and they will show you what you want to see. It would be lovely if they said, “don’t worry about an appointment, just drop by anytime—we are always here.”

      On the positive, there was a wonderful physical therapist who worked with my mother 3 times a week and also had great programs in the thermal pools. This all cost extra, of course. The staff including the director of nursing, Fabiola, and the assistant to the administrator, Carmen, were wonderful. The environment is exceptionally clean and the food was great. It is difficult to believe that interaction for dementia patients can be adequate or therapeutic when it is not in their language. I am estimating, but I believe 85% of the residents spoke English.

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