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The holidays are a great time to bring up a loved one’s driving safety. Waiting until an accident happens can leave the driver feeling as if they need to defend themselves. Read more


about - Driving. I know that mobility has many meanings to family caregivers, wheelchairs and walkers first come to mind. Read more

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My dad will soon to be 93.  He has congestive heart failure and an aneurysm in the aorta. He is frail after having some serious falls in the last eight months, including passing out for several hours in his kitchen. Read more

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My Dad is 83 years old and is still driving his car everywhere. He has quit driving on the highway, at least as far as i can tell. Read more

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In light of increased scrutiny and legislation concerning older drivers, caregivers and aging patients are both starting to wonder when to continue driving, Read more

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Some people are able to continue driving in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, but it requires ongoing evaluation to ensure safety. Read more


If you answer yes to any of the following questions, you should be concerned about your loved one’s driving skills. It might be time to ask whether it’s time they retire the keys. Read more

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I have chronic progressive multiple sclerosis. When this situation occurred, I was using a scooter or a walker as mobility aids, depending on my needs. Read more


How do you know when it might be time for a senior loved one to stop driving? Read more