Traveling With Dementia

Traveling when you have dementia can be a challenge, yet many people are much happier when they can remain independent for as long as possible. When you have dementia, suddenly all busses, subways, and other forms of public transportation seem foreign and unfamiliar to you. Mary, a woman with dementia, discusses her experience with using public transportation, and how dementia has impacted her life.

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