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How to help someone with dementia sail through airport security

Navigating through an airport with a family member who has Alzheimer's can be a nail-biting excursion.

Unfamiliar surroundings heighten confusion, impair the ability to follow directions and trigger agitation - none of which you want to experience as you're getting body-scanned by airport security.

Here's how to get through it all with as little hassle as possible.  It's written from a Canadian perspective but contains a lot of useful tips for people around the world.

Read more on the Huffington Post Canada website.