A Better Life in Mexico for Disabled Veterans
Having a war injury that left him disabled was tough enough. But for US veteran Marcus, depression was an even bigger problem. And who wouldn’t be depressed? Although he received veteran’s benefits and the Veterans Administration paid for his medical costs, his housing options were dismal. He could only afford a badly lit, under-heated studio apartment in a neighborhood that was known for drugs and prostitution. Even worse, a string of surly health-care workers who didn’t want to be there were the only help he could find. They even stole from him.
What Marcus didn’t know might have made a dramatic improvement in his life. The English Speaker’s Guide to Medical Care in Mexico includes information about a little-known benefit for disabled US veterans that might make a difference for Marcus and people like him. In Mexico it might be possible for someone like Marcus to find decent housing in warm, sunny, safe surroundings. He might live near the beach or have a pool. He would find that he could still collect his veteran’s benefits, but his budget would go further and provide a more positive lifestyle.
In Mexico Marcus could more easily afford the care he depends on and the attitude of his helpers would be very different. Rather than resenting their jobs, they would be proud to serve him. Veterans are respected in Mexico and providing personal care and housekeeping are honorable professions. Best yet, not only could he find good health care in Mexico, his medical costs would be paid by the US Veteran’s administration.
The English Speaker’s Guide to Medical Care in Mexico offers support for disabled veterans, travelers, expats, business people and those seeking to reduce medical costs or find reputable specialized care. This book can be both life saving and life improving.