Lessons Learned at the End of Life


Lessons Learned from the End of Life in Chiang Mai

a seminar presented by Lanna Care Net & Cancer Connect Chiang Mai

Saturday, February 17th, 2018

9AM – 12:00 Noon

River Market Restaurant

Notes & Handouts from the Previous Seminar


During the half-day seminar Carl Samuels of Cancer Connect and Nancy Lindley of Lanna Care Net will draw upon their years of experience assisting foreigners at end-of-life or with serious medical problems in Chiang Mai.  The seminar can’t be summarized in a simple webpage and the attendees are encouraged to ask questions.

Here are the handouts from the previous seminar on 8 July. These documents may be updated prior to the 16 December 2017 seminar.

Lesson 1:  Have a Primary Care Doctor

Hospitals: Hospitals in Chiang Mai Private and Public

Physicians: Primary Care Physicians

Lesson 2:  Prepare for Home Health Care

Care Survey Facilities: Care Facilities in the Region

Care Survey Grid: Care Survey Grid

Lesson 3:  Have someone you trust to make decisions for you when you can’t

Checklist: Checklist Documents, Records, Data

Lesson 4:  Have an Advance Directive in Place

What Makes Life Worth Living: A document to facilitate thinking & discussion LCN WHAT MAKES LIFE WORTH LIVING

Advance Directive PDF: LCN CCCM ADVANCE DIRECTIVE July 2017

Advance Directive WORD: LCN CCCM ADVANCE DIRECTIVE July 2017

Body Donation to CMU: LCN Body Donation

Chiang Mai Foreign Cemetery Rules: LCN CEMETERY RULES ENGLISH 270617

Chiangmai Christian Community Classifieds, a service of Chiangmai Christian Community Church, has published a very comprehensive guide of Funeral Assistance for Foreigners, online, that is updated as appropriate:(copy and paste this URL into your browser bar) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IihzPd3B00Wkwo2eo-jb0flO35z36GaKsd6UQ3xmjr0/pub

Funeral Assistance


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