Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,And sorry I could not travel bothAnd be one traveler, long I stood
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Post Edited (flower123) : 4/11/2010 6:02:37 AM (GMT-6)
You are an inspiration to all of us! You are truly an Angel! (((((((((((((Dani))))))))))
Everyone has given you great advice as usual
For your Trip: Some airlines ask if you need assistance when you are booking the ticket, you can call Customer Service and let them know now, they will probably tell you to tell someone when you arrive at check in (in Phoenix we have curbside check in, you can ask someone there and they will get it right away and take you through Security and to the gate).
I usually get a note from my PMD for all my meds and devices just in case there is a problem. This has come in handy a few times!
I have found that flying NonStop works best for me, I take my exercise bands with me and do stretches during the flight (this helps tremendously).
Getting a Handicap Placard is easy in AZ, the Dr. fills out the form (they usually have them or like flower says take one with you), you go to Motor Vehicle, they confirm the paperwork and normally you walk out with the placard in hand. I don't know if anyone has noticed but it seems like people that DON'T need Handicap parking somehow have the Placards, I have seen over and over again sports cars with young bebopping passengers using HC spots????
Please call your Eye Dr. any changes in vision should be reported ASAP!!
Like Bunky says ASK FOR HELP....when I travel with my 100 yr old Granny, people are more then willing to help!
Sending you warm thoughts and GIANT hugs!!!