care, albeit there is an assumption that trips to sea are reserved for couples mainly newlyweds. The idea may have been at times but nowadays, cruises are appealing to all travelers and are able to be customized for different requirements. There is even a cruise boat to your elderly family member. While on the cruise, they can do as much or as little as they wish according to their capabilities.
If a person needs Alzheimer assistance or hearing aids, or is limited mobility doesn’t mean that holidays aren’t accessible to them. Cruise ships with assisted living will accommodate them to have an enjoyable holiday. There will always be someone onboard who can take care of your loved family member. You only need to assist them with packing. We’ll be sharing packing advice for assisted living cruise ships.
Masks to pack
Today, crew and passengers must use masks onboard ships. Check with the cruise ship that provides assisted living that your loved ones are getting into to confirm if masks are required. If you aren’t able to get to them, you can just bring one or two of them. After all, they don’t take the entire space, and something might be needed, and the masks are required.
Select bags with care
In packing your bags for a cruise to an assisted living cruise vessel, take note that onboard staterooms aren’t big enough to put baggage out on the floor, and the closets can’t take large suitcases. So, you must pack your luggage which can be tucked under the mattress. If you want your elderly loved one to make room for things like souvenirs and other gifts put them with collapsible luggage. The type of luggage is able to accommodate small spaces, and, in the event of need could be expanded to fit additional things. For quick and easy transport one can use a backpack or fanny bag. If the ship is docked in a location in which there are stores, take a mesh or cloth towel.