assisted living

As we age, so our bodies are not as willing as our minds, however that will not stop you enjoying your dream in Chiang Mai.

remain independant for as long as possible.

Live your dream in a peaceful and safe environment where you are respected for your Seniority, with almost no Covid risk or restrictions

“Age is an issue of mind over matter.
If you don't mind, it doesn't matter.”
Mark Twain

Chiang Mai is the perfect place to get help with the stuff that's no longer easy for us to do, so that we can remain independant for as long as possible.

Assisted Living in Thailand

Assisted Living in Thailand. Chiang Mai has many elderly retirees because of the fun, caring and pleasant enviroment. It is so easy to get help with everything from cleaning and laundry to shopping and day trips.

It costs so little compared to the West that you can afford to hire a personal assistant or nurse. Personal assistants are popular because you have the added advantage of companionship as well as daily care. This means that you can put of D Day until the very last moment. Assisted Living in Thailand is possibly the best way of preserving and extending your financial ‘nest-egg’.

End of life is not a topic that we like to think about, but eventually has to be faced. Thailand has some excellent facilities that help you keep your dignity and quality of life for a fraction of the cost compared to the West.

How to finance your retirement ?

What are my options?

What are the costs?

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