Travel for Seniors- Healthcare travel companions-Antarctica update

December 7, 2016 · · General · 0 Comments

12/7/2016 Day 4: Antarctica 🇦🇶 Today we anchored by the Waterboat Point otherwise known as the Gonzalez Videla Base, an inactive Chilean research station. The station was first opened in 1951 until 1958 and then again active in the 1980’s. The station is largely inactive now, only inhabited during summer months by Chilean researchers. This.

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Healthcare Travel Companions for Seniors

November 28, 2016 · · General · 0 Comments

Update from our Assisted Vacation in Buenos Aires! Link Below: Facebook Blog

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Healthcare Travel Companion bucket-list trips

November 25, 2016 · · General · 0 Comments

This may be one of our most exciting trips yet at Assisted Vacation! Our RN Shelly and our guest D are at the airport in Sacramento, bound for Buenos Aires. D recently had some new health issues arise around her 90th birthday and always wanted to visit Antarctica and sail around Cape Horn. Despite a life.

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Healthcare travel companions for the elderly

October 21, 2016 · · General · 0 Comments

One of the most rewarding aspects of helping our guests travel is that we enable them to visit family. Our guest, Dr. F, is in his nineties and contacted us to help him make a cross-country trip to visit his new great granddaughter. As we planned the trip with Dr. F, it came to light.

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Vacation with aging parents-cruising with disability

August 9, 2016 · · General · 0 Comments

Vacationing with aging parents can be difficult, but the enhancement to their quality of life can be well worth the effort. Cruises can be a great way to get a lot of vacation for the money and ships are often set up to be a great location for those with physical and/or cognitive limitations. Get.

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Cruises with Aging Parents

April 27, 2016 · · General · 0 Comments

In 2011, I was in graduate school formulating the Assisted Vacation business. Research, market investigation and surveys led me to see the great potential of cruises for providing vacation experiences to those who require physical or cognitive support. So, I started with the idea that the cruise ships would be our primary driver of.

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Memory Outings Asheville- Day trips for individuals with Alzheimer’s

March 21, 2016 · · General · 0 Comments

Do you know someone in Asheville, NC with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia/cognitive impairment? Our new project “Memory Outings” at will offer supported day outings for individuals with dementia. “Memory Outings” aims to enhance the quality of life of those in our community with memory impairment. The outings will be focused on:.

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Aging In Place Asheville

February 26, 2016 · · General · 0 Comments

Dear Friends, We’re pleased to announce  Aging In Place Asheville This sister company to, in our home base of Asheville, NC, is a project to improve the quality of life of our local residents who are aging in place in the community. Connect with us to learn about our novel approach to aging well.

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Last wish family vacation

August 7, 2015 · · General · 0 Comments

  We recently helped a guest share in a final holiday, surrounded by family. Our wonderful AV nurse Marianne captured this image of a long-married couple facing a difficult transition in their lives. The moment above exemplifies our goal at AV of helping improve the quality of life of our guests and we are thankful.

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eCareDiary Radio Assisted Vacation Planning for Seniors and Caregivers

March 14, 2015 · · General · 0 Comments


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