Trusted Travel Companion Care Services For Elderly

Join Us for the Ultimate Paris Adventure in 2025!

Hello to all of you Adventurous Women! I'm Cheryl Pegues, the proud owner of LifeSmartConcepts, LLC. As a certified care and travel companion for older adults, I find immense joy in exploring new destinations, whether it's traveling with a client or by myself or with family and friends for leisure. Today, I'm thrilled to introduce a unique travel opportunity tailored with the mature woman in mind. Join me on an unforgettable journey to Paris, France, in 2025, from May 14th to 20th. Together, we'll immerse ourselves in the rich culture and charm of the City of Light, creating lasting memories along the way.

Are you ready to embark on the journey of a lifetime? Picture yourself strolling along the Seine, indulging in decadent pastries, and uncovering hidden gems around every corner. If you're craving an unforgettable adventure, we invite you to join us for the 2025 Paris City Tour!

Why Paris?

Paris, the City of Light, beckons with its iconic landmarks, charming neighborhoods, and vibrant culture. From the majestic Eiffel Tower to the historic streets of Montmartre, there's something magical waiting to be discovered at every turn.

What to Expect:

Our carefully crafted itinerary is designed to offer a perfect blend of sightseeing, relaxation, and adventure. Whether you're exploring world-class museums, savoring delicious French cuisine, or simply soaking up the beauty of the city, each day promises new delights and discoveries.

Why Choose Us?

With experienced guides, personalized attention, and a commitment to safety and comfort, we ensure that your Parisian adventure is nothing short of extraordinary. Plus, as a community of like-minded women, you'll forge new friendships and create memories to last a lifetime.

How to Join:

Ready to say "oui" to adventure? Reserve your spot today by clicking on the link to our website: Let's do Paris 2025 and signing up for the 2025 Paris City Tour. Spaces are limited, so don't miss out on this incredible opportunity!

Contact Us:

Have questions or need more information? Feel free to reach out to us at (303) 618-3591- – we're here to help!

Let's Explore Paris Together!

Pack your bags, gather your girlfriends, and get ready for an unforgettable journey to the heart of Paris. Join us as we uncover the magic of this iconic city and create memories that will last a lifetime.

À bientôt à Paris!

Cheryl Pegues, Trip Coordinator 
(303) 618-3591 (text preferred)

Trusted Travel Companion Care Services For Elderly


Trusted Travel Companion Care Services For Elderly: Promoting Independence and Happiness

Your Premier Choice for Senior Travel Companion in Denver

LifeSmartConcepts, LLC specializes in Senior Travel Companion Services in Denver, providing unparalleled support for older adults who desire to travel actively and confidently. Whether it's a short trip across town or an international journey, our Senior Travel Buddies and Travel Companions for Elderly in Denver ensure a safe and fulfilling travel experience.

Your Premier Choice for Senior Travel Companion in Denver

Comprehensive Services by Senior Travel Companion Denver

We support older adults who want to live an active, engaged life. Whether you're traveling across town, around the country, or abroad, we're here to ensure you travel safely and confidently from your door to your destination.

Our Senior Travel Companion Denver professionals offer a wide range of services, including:

  • Thorough packing assistance
  • Personal care and medication reminders
  • Expert handling of airport check-ins and ticketing
  • Efficient luggage management
  • Smooth navigation through security and customs
  • Assistance with boarding and ground transportation
  • Constant communication with families during trips

Travel Tips from Your Trusted Senior Travel Companion in Denver

As the leading provider of Senior Travel Companion Services in Denver, we share valuable tips to enhance travel for seniors:

  • Choose smaller airports for easier management
  • Ensure comfort in flight bookings for a stress-free experience
  • Optimize luggage handling with our Travel Companion for Elderly in Denver
  • Prepare essential travel items for easy access
  1. When booking your flights, consider comfort and convenience as much as cost. Smaller airports, such as SNA/the John Wayne airport are easier to manage than LAX and the service personnel will often be more accomodating and friendly. Make sure you have extra time in the big airports such as EWR (Newark) and ORD (Chicago) when making connections and going through security. Southwest not only allows you plenty of free luggage and changeable flights (so you may not need insurance), it has a Customers of Size policy that allows individuals who have difficulty in fitting in one seat to purchase a second seat in advance. After completion of the flight, they will reimburse you for that second seat. They want you to be proactive and comfortable. 
  2. It's nice to fly first class, but a good alternative is booking a seat in bulkhead or as close to the front as possible. You can use the first class bathrooms. It's easier to stand up and transfer a senior if there is no seat in front of him or her. Alternatively, the first row after bulkhead works well because it usually has aisle armrests that lift. The senior should have the aisle seat for mobility, and window for quiet. If you are buying economy, you can call the airline (ASAP) and let them know you are a with a (mentally or physically) disabled person. In compliance with the Air Carrier Access Act, the airlines have systems to accommodate a disabled person with a specific seat, even if they say you can’t book it in advance. Plan to be the first people on and the last people off the plane.
  3. Bring just a carry-on and a purse or briefcase. You avoid lost luggage and waiting at baggage claim. If you don't want to put your carry-on in the overhead compartment or there isn't enough room for it, you can gate check your bag and it will be outside the door of the plane when you disembark. However, be aware that many airlines now are charging for carry-on luggage. It is sometimes less expensive to pay for a large checked bag than a carry-on. Check the airline's policies. If you have a direct flight, you generally don't have to worry about losing your luggage. Also, it's nice to have an extra, empty duffel or other bag along, just in case you buy a bit of stuff or if your senior has poor or inadequate luggage.
  4. We recommend bringing the following in your carry-on or purse: 
    • Identification (current and easily reachable; I always take both my license and passport).
    • Medications (enough in a pill box to last the trip plus extra days in case of a delay).
    • A change of clothes (a flight attendant spilled tea all over me on an international trip ...).
    • An empty water bottle (you can fill it up at the water fountains after security and before you board).
    • Something to read or watch, plus earbuds or earphones.
    • A micro-fiber towel (it packs small and doubles as a blanket, wrap or pillow).
    • An eye mask and earplugs (such as Mack's AquaBlock ultra soft plugs), especially good for international flights and noisy hotels.
    • Currency local to your destination (Wells Fargo customers can get popular currencies at the teller or pre-order unusual currency) so that you don't have to find money after a weary flight.
    • A snack and mints/gum (clears ears).
  5. If you have your own wheelchair or walker, it can be gate-checked. Get a bag tag from the gate agent before you board. If you plan to use the airport wheelchairs, notify the airline when you book. If you can't do it easily on line, call the airline's special needs line. Airlines also have "aisle chairs" for folks who can't walk onto the plane at all. Know how to transfer your senior, have plenty of time to do so, and let the airport personnel know if there is a special procedure for your particular senior.
  6. If you want to use an airport wheelchair, some airports require that you use their wheelchair assistants, some don't. For those that do (often the big ones, for example, ORD/Chicago), have your driver drop you at the handicap entrance closest to your airline and inside you will need to show your boarding passes for assistance. That aide stays with the airport wheelchair you are using all the way to the gate. On arrival, the aide will often take you all the way to baggage claim or the parking lot. Tip that helper.
  7. Going through security: 
    If your boarding pass says TSA Pre-Approved, just go straight to the fast lane. If you are traveling with a senior who is in a wheelchair, use the special needs line, if available. Wheelchair users should stay in the chairs to go through security. It's usually a smoother process and less confusing for senior travelers, even with the extra attention on the other side. Seniors do not have to take off their shoes, light jackets or jewelry. If you have thickened liquids and/or liquid medications that exceed the 3.4 ounce limit on liquids, bring a medical note or at least let the TSA people know before you put it through the scanner. If you don't have pre-check and you are using a carry-on, put your bottles of liquids in one quart size bag. The size of the bottle matters, not how much is left in it. Semi-liquids also often won't make it, such as jellies or yogurt. Make sure your backpack, purse, cane, or whatever goes through the scanner has a legible luggage tag or sticker with current contact information. Tape an ID card to your electronics.
  8. Driving/Car Rentals:
    Waze is a great app for navigating (it sometimes indicates crashes and speed traps ahead). has terrific rental rental car prices and if you use their tracker, will let you know if the price goes down before the trip so you can re-book. Hertz sometimes has a program called Quick Ride. If don't want to leave your senior at the terminal or take him/her on the shuttle while you return your rental, go directly to the Hertz return line and have a rental agent drive you all back to the terminal. Your senior doesn't have to leave the car and the luggage stays with you until you get to the terminal. Phone Hertz's direct, local number to make Quick Ride arrangements. They may charge a fee (PHX) or otherwise leave a tip.
  9. Hotels vs. VRBOs/Airbnb: 
    Hotels are more reliable as far as parking and accessibility. LaQuintas take dogs, and more hotels are getting pet-friendly all the time. I like VRBO/Airbnb for affordability, kitchens and option to have a common space to share with your senior. They are good for multi-night stays and groups. But beware; some hosts will look for any excuse to keep your deposit and may not have the best safety features, much less staff to step in when there is a problem. If your senior has dementia and wandering may be a problem, book adjoining rooms well in advance and/or bring a door alarm (available online for under $10). It also may be helpful to use a baby monitor in case your senior is across the hall and may need your attention.
  10. Incontinence products are a good idea, just in case. Bring them along since you may have a hard time finding them in the airport. Look for companion care bathrooms located available in most airports. If your senior can't use the bathroom on the plane and you are concerned about leakage, bring a chux or waterproof pad to keep your senior comfortable. The microfiber towel may come in handy for that.
  11. If you are traveling with someone with vision loss, it's helpful to wear light-colored clothes and a bright scarf or other accessory through airports and dark hotel hallways.
  12. In the UK a caregiver who is accompanying a senior is called a "carer" and tickets to many of the castles, museums and other attractions are free. That fact is rarely advertised: you have to go up to the ticket window and ask nicely. Your senior will pay the "concession" price only and the agent is likely to put you both at the head of the line. So don't bother buying discount tickets in advance. The attraction, such as the Scottish castles, also often have free mini vans that senior and disabled people can take to the top of the hill so that you only have to walk down. The San Diego Zoo has a similar senior-friendly policy (free tickets for caregivers and a pager to call for transportation). 
Elevating Travel Experiences with Companion Care for Elderly

Elevating Travel Experiences with Companion Care for Elderly

At LifeSmartConcepts, LLC, our emphasis on Companion Care for Elderly transforms every travel experience into a journey of comfort and joy. Our service in Denver is not just about ensuring safe travel; it's about providing compassionate Companion Care for Elderly travelers, making each trip a memorable adventure. We understand the unique challenges that come with age, and our Companion Care for Elderly services are designed to address these with sensitivity and respect. From helping with luggage to ensuring medication is taken on time, our Companion Care for Elderly professionals are there every step of the way.

The Heart of Our Service: Companion Care for Elderly

The Heart of Our Service: Companion Care for Elderly

In Denver, LifeSmartConcepts, LLC takes pride in offering top-notch Companion Care for Elderly. Our caregivers are more than just travel assistants; they are caring companions dedicated to making every journey pleasant and stress-free. The foundation of our service is the deep understanding and genuine compassion that our Companion Care for Elderly professionals bring to each interaction. Whether it’s a short trip to a local destination or a longer journey afar, our Companion Care for Elderly in Denver ensures that every senior traveler receives the utmost care and companionship.

Why Our Companion Care for Elderly in Denver Stands Out

  • Tailored Companion Care for Elderly in Denver to suit individual needs
  • Experienced in a range of travel scenarios
  • Committed to accessible, enjoyable travel for seniors
  • Compassionate companionship throughout the journey

FAQs: Your Senior Travel Companion Denver Experts Answer

  • What distinguishes your Senior Travel Companions in Denver?
  • How do your travel companions enhance the flight experience for seniors?
  • Do you provide international travel assistance for seniors in Denver?
  • Can you customize travel plans for seniors?
  • How is safety maintained during travel with your companions in Denver?

Our Senior Travel Companion Denver team excels in personalized care, ensuring every aspect of travel is managed seamlessly.

Our Senior Travel Companion Services in Denver include assistance with check-ins, boarding, in-flight support, and handling travel changes.

Yes, our Travel Companions for Elderly in Denver are well-equipped for international trips, ensuring safety and comfort throughout.

Definitely. Our Senior Travel Buddies in Denver offer tailored travel plans to fit the unique preferences of each senior traveler.

Safety is paramount in our Senior Travel Companion Denver services, with trained companions and constant communication for peace of mind.

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Discover the World with Denver's Top Senior Travel Companion Care

Planning a trip for a senior loved one? Connect with LifeSmartConcepts, LLC for expert Senior Travel Companion Services in Denver. Our dedicated Travel Companions for the Elderly ensure every journey is safe, enjoyable, and memorable.LifeSmartConcepts, LLC offers Companion Care and Lifestyle Management Services for older adults across Denver, Aurora, Littleton, Parker, and the surrounding areas.