Traveling with the Elderly
Elderly traveling is often overwhelming for caregivers. Traveling with the elderly means packing supplies, making elderly travel arrangements, ensuring the elder is healthy enough to travel, and much more. AgingCare.com has information and support to help caregivers who are traveling with the elderly. Elderly traveling doesn't have to prevent caregivers from enjoying their trip.
Articles About Elderly Traveling
- The TSA Tries to Become More Senior-Friendly
Traveling with a senior can be difficult, especially when you have to go through airport security with elderly medical devices. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will begin implementing new screening guidelines for the elderly.
- 6 Strategies for Vacationing with an Older Adult
When you're a caregiver you might think that taking a vacation with an elderly parent or relative who requires special care is out of the question. But a little planning can go a long way towards making a trip safe and enjoyable.
- Traveling with a Dementia Patient Can be Trying
A caregiver’s story: I recently found out the hard way that a vacation with a dementia patient isn’t much of a vacation after all.
- 7 Tips for Traveling with Bladder Issues
Vacation and holiday plans can run into any number of speedbumps, but incontinence doesn’t have to be one of them. Use these pointers to prevent embarrassing situations and ensure that getting there is just as enjoyable as the destination itself.
- Caregiving Tips for Traveling With Seniors
You don't have to cancel the family vacation just because a loved one is getting older. Transportation options, activities and accommodations may need to be adapted, but with some planning, taking a trip with a senior can be a wonderful experience.