Traveling with someone with Alzheimer’s is doable. The key is preparation

One of Pam Montana’s most profound moments in her two-year journey with Alzheimer’s disease occurred when her doctor ran through a list of must-dos. “She said, ‘Do what makes you happy,’ ” said Montana, 63, who has younger-onset Alzheimer’s. The former tech executive now lives by that mantra, especially when it comes to travel. “I have given myself permission to do whatever I need to do, whenever I need to do it,” she said. She has traveled to Australia, Nashville, Washington, D.C., and Maui since her diagnosis. She used to go with the flow on trips, but now she considers carefully how any activity might affect her. Read more here >>>

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