ok..want to try this again--has anyone traveled with moderate AD idividual.Last year Mum and I did go back to England(her first return since leaving at age 12.Things went fine.Now know that she most likely had AD Vascular Dementia undiagnosed on theat trip.She wants to return this year for what would most l;ikely be her last trip bCK--fLIGHT WOULD BE 10 HRS..CAN LIKELY DO 1ST CLASS..(WILL FIND A WAY..)bUT..ANY INPUT WOULD BE APPRECIATED. She is pn Execlon patch 1 week today--doing fairly well--Dr has said tha tif I keep it relaxed/structured could be fine..so..any suggestions..advice?
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