Tips for Traveling With Parkinson’s Disease as told by dependable resources
It’s time to start planning our travels to Kyoto, Japan for the 5th World Parkinson Congress. Come with me on a semi-fictional trip and see if we can learn to make traveling a little less stressful and much more enjoyable.
For the average person, traveling is a minor frustration. Security lines, delays, crowded airports and cramped and long lines at snack shops and restaurants are par for the course. However, if you’re living with Parkinson’s, those things aren’t just frustrations, they can be so troublesome and aggravating to deal with that you choose to stay at home.
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