Education and Care
A Roadmap to Driving and Dementia
Whether someone is obsessed with cars or simply views them as a way to get from point A to point B, driving is so much a fact of adult life that giving up the keys isn't easy—especially when Alzheimer's disease is the cause. It represents a loss of independence, spontaneity and self-esteem.
When it comes time to for a loved one to stop driving, consider these successful interventions:
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For more information, connect with the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s licensed social workers. Click here or call 866.232.8484. Real People. Real Care.