Saturday, October 20, 2012

When Should Seniors Stop Driving?

How to Approach Older Adults With Concerns About Their Driving

Initiating a dialogue about senior driving concerns

If you have concerns about an older adult's ability to drive, addressing them promptly could be a matter of life and death. It may be tempting to procrastinate -- to talk to him next week or before the first snowfall, for example -- but think how you'd feel if the delay led to an automobile accident that resulted in a serious injury or death.

Considering the possible consequences should help you overcome your hesitation -- but that doesn't mean it will be easy. It's awkward and painful to have to inform older adults that they aren't capable of doing something as basic and essential as driving the car. For them, it's another ... Read the entire article.

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