Travel support for seniors

May 24, 2017 · · Dementia, travel companion · 0 Comments

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Relocating Aging Parents

July 11, 2016 · · Alzheimer's Disease, Travel · 0 Comments

We often get called to assist in helping transport aging parents to a new home when their living situation changes. We’ve moved many individuals with physical or cognitive limitations across country or across the state. If you have a loved-one who needs to move, get in touch at Our logistics and nursing team will.

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Alzheimer’s and Pretzels

December 20, 2013 · · Alzheimer's Disease · 0 Comments

The Holidays offer an opportunity for memories in dementia. The scent of pine, baking goodies, a fire burning or songs being sung can stir deep and fond memories. My grandmother Nati escaped from Hungary in 1956 after The Revolution. She left with her husband and two young daughters and made her way to America where.

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The last memories to fade

November 11, 2013 · · Dementia, General, Quality of life · 0 Comments

Just to the West of Paris in the town of Suresnes rest the remains of 1,541 Americans who died in World War I and 24 unknown dead of World War II. I have often visited this site, in part for the view shown above. I am struck each time I visit by the inevitable goose-bumps.

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Traveling with Alzheimer’s disease

October 18, 2013 · · Alzheimer's Disease, Assisted Vacation, Dementia, Quality of life, Travel · 0 Comments

Traveling with Alzheimer’s disease On our Assisted Vacation Blog, I previously wrote about the difficult, hilarious and completely worthwhile effort of traveling with my grandmother Nati to her husband’s funeral while she had Alzheimer’s disease.  We frequently hear from clients who want to take an Assisted Vacation with a loved-one who has dementia and it can.

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Our First Assisted Vacation- Nati

September 27, 2013 · · Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia, Elder Care, Travel · 0 Comments

Our first Assisted Vacation- On the way to West Virginia, Nati started to ask “are we there yet?” thirty minutes into the drive and repeated herself every few minutes. This monotonous line of inquiry lasted for the remaining seven and a half hours. Between the are-we-there-yets, she read every single billboard and exit sign aloud..

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