A new online survey of airline travelers with dementia and their travel companions is now available as a first step in making airports dementia-friendly and improving services for this population of travelers. The survey asks questions about their air travel experiences, -- what worked well and what issues they encountered. This survey has some MSP-specific options, because this is our local airport.
This is part of a growing international effort to improve air travel for people with hidden disabilities (e.g. autism, dementia, hearing loss).
The survey is available through September 15, 2019 at: http://bit.ly/DementiaFriendlyAirports. It takes about 20 to 40 minutes to complete. Responses are anonymous. It is acceptable to get assistance filling out the survey.