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“Your dad wandered off 30 minutes ago, and I haven’t seen him since.”

This is not what you want to hear when you arrive at New York Penn Station to greet your aunt and your father. Certainly not when your father suffers from dementia, and certainly not when you’re in a place that 650,000 travelers pass through each day. Not when you know the sacrifice it was for your aunt to travel via train for eight+ hours to bring your dad to NYC. Also not when you have a rambunctious two-year-old in tow, who’s been eagerly anticipating seeing “Grandpa.” Continue Reading