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October 18, 2013

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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Improving Quality Of Life Through Supported Vacation

September 2, 2013 · · Elder Care, General, Travel · 0 Comments

The mission of is simple: to improve the quality of life of its clients through supported vacation and travel. Thomas P. Stern founded the organization in the United States after serving as a caregiver to the aged as a nurse at an Adult day care, as well as caring for his grandparents who both.

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