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READER QUESTION: Tips for Traveling with a Catheter

In Health/Medical/Safety Concerns On April 11, 2015 Comments Off on READER QUESTION: Tips for Traveling with a Catheter

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Getting Diabetes Supplies through Airport Security

In Health/Medical/Safety Concerns, Packing Suggestions On February 8, 2015 Comments Off on Getting Diabetes Supplies through Airport Security

Beyond airport considerations (which I’ll tackle next), the key to traveling with a diabetic parent is to keep a quick-acting source of glucose with you at all times… Read More »

Booking a Hotel if your Parent has Special Needs

In Hotels, Mobility Challenges On August 14, 2014 Comments Off on Booking a Hotel if your Parent has Special Needs

Before I finalize the decision on which city or country to visit with my octogenarian mom (and particularly before booking anything that’s nonrefundable), I always take a quick… Read More »

A little giggle – getting through airport security

In Humor On March 30, 2014 Comments Off on A little giggle – getting through airport security

Story of my life every time I go through security at LAX (including my trip two weeks ago!).  I wanted to knock the dude in front of me out… Read More »

Travel Apps for Seniors

In Gadgets, Travel Prep Resources On January 21, 2014 Comments Off on Travel Apps for Seniors

Little late getting today’s post out! It’s Snowmageddon in NYC! Enjoy! Recommended Travel Apps for Seniors There are so many helpful apps available to help you stay in… Read More »

Getting through Security as Painlessly as Possible

In Health/Medical/Safety Concerns, Packing Suggestions, Travel Prep Resources On January 18, 2014 Comments Off on Getting through Security as Painlessly as Possible

You’ve made all your reservations, packed your bags, and arrived at the airport well ahead of your scheduled departure time. One major hurdle remains: the dreaded security line…. Read More »

Traveling with Oxygen on an Airplane

In Health/Medical/Safety Concerns, Travel Prep Resources On September 18, 2013 Comments Off on Traveling with Oxygen on an Airplane

Richard Hine, a blog reader living in NYC, asks this question: “Can my mother, who requires oxygen full-time, travel on an airplane?” I’m delighted to report that yes,… Read More »

The Countdown: 14 Critical Trip Preparation Tasks for Traveling with an Aging Parent

In Health/Medical/Safety Concerns, Packing Suggestions On September 6, 2013 Comments Off on The Countdown: 14 Critical Trip Preparation Tasks for Traveling with an Aging Parent

4–6 weeks before the trip 1. Take your parent for a medical checkup and review the trip and any special considerations with his or her doctor. (Note that… Read More »