Tips on
Travelling with Dementia

compiled by Elizabeth Bezant & Pamela Eaves

The onset of Alzheimer’s or dementia can add an urgency to long-dreamed of trips while at the same time bring extra concerns and decisions.

Forward planning and being ready for anything is the best way to ensure a relaxed and fun holiday. This book was specifically designed to help you with that.

Whether it be for day trips to the city, trips of a life-time, or friends diagnosed with the disease visiting you, Tips on Travelling with Dementia was written for you. Designed to simply slip easily into pockets, glove boxes or handbags, this 14-page book contains the vital information you need when it comes to planning and travelling.

Topics, amongst others, include:
= Signs warning against travel
= Organising medication
= Booking accommodation
= Tips for travelling by plane, coach, train, and car
= Tips for travellers with special needs
= Tips for once you have arrived.
= Available assistance
PLUS an article by Ron Crittall on his personal experiences of travelling with a wheelchair