Basics for traveling with Parkinson’s:
- A letter from your neurologist identifying your diagnosis. This can help you avoid awkward scenarios where you are perceived as being under the influence.
- Meds. On you, not in your checked luggage.
- Listen to your body.
- Book with a travel agent who understands the challenges of traveling with disabilities.
- Carpe diem!
Check out this story for more ideas.
Originally featured on RockSteadyBoxingSeattle.com on June 22, 2015.