Posted on Jul 15, 2016
Travel can be a very rewarding experience, whether the goal is to see the world or to visit long-distance friends and family. However, when we travel with our senior loved ones, we may be faced with challenges we don’t expect—issues that simply aren’t there when traveling on our own.
Perhaps your loved one may not be able to get around without a wheelchair or walker, or they may have a specific health condition such as Alzheimer’s disease or heart problems; any of these can make vacationing much more difficult, regardless of whether you’re traveling by plane or your own family car.
Preparation is key: plan ahead for some of the most common senior travel needs so that you and your family will be able to enjoy a hassle-free trip that’s memorable and fun. Here are just a few tips to get you started
Senior Helpers has some great additional travel tips provided by our partner Leeza Gibbons for traveling with your aging loved ones. Download her handy travel guide here.