Regret. It’s the worst feeling in the world. To wish you could have travelled one more time. Or to want to travel one last time. Many times, it’s not until something drastic happens in life (usually health-related) that makes people stop and think about their travel dreams and how they wish they could make it happen but medical or health issues cause concern for travel.
I had to the opportunity to meet with Donna Mathezing, Founder of Compassionate Care in the Air, a service that helps families bridge the gap from where you are to where you want to be. As a nurse with 29 years experience, Donna is able to provide medical and health support to help you (or a family member) get you from one place to another, providing health and medical care throughout the process without any worry.
It’s a service that can provide peace of mind for your self, and for a family member, during your air travel so you can travel with ease, and get you comfortably to your destination with complete medical care so that any existing medical or health treatments are not disrupted.
This is a great peace of mind service that may come in handy when travelling with a family member with special needs.
“For too many people it takes a terrifying illness, hitting retirement age, or some other life altering event to honestly begin thinking about the things they want to experience in their lifetime. In many of these cases, it will then be too late to turn these dreams into a reality.” —Annette White
My goal has always been inspiring you to travel, to take the opportunity to have extraordinary experiences and unforgettable memories through travel. Services like Compassionate Care in the Air can help reduce any challenges you may face with the thought of travel with a medical concern, so that you can ultimately take that trip you want.
For all your travel needs and concerns, please feel free to contact me and we can see how we can help you make those travel dreams come true.