Doug Iannelli, left, who runs a company in Atlanta called Flying Companions, helps Bill Penn, a client for seven years, at a grocery store, in Atlanta, Sept. 13, 2016. Travel companions offer a way for older people to keep moving as well as keep up with their weekly chores and medications.
Doug Iannelli, left, who runs a company in Atlanta called Flying Companions, helps Bill Penn, a client for seven years, at a grocery store, in Atlanta, Sept. 13, 2016. Travel companions offer a way for older people to keep moving as well as keep up with their weekly chores and medications. DUSTIN CHAMBERS NYT
Doug Iannelli, left, who runs a company in Atlanta called Flying Companions, helps Bill Penn, a client for seven years, at a grocery store, in Atlanta, Sept. 13, 2016. Travel companions offer a way for older people to keep moving as well as keep up with their weekly chores and medications. DUSTIN CHAMBERS NYT

When grandma wants to travel and you can’t go with her ....

October 08, 2016 06:27 PM