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Driving Safety and Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Website: National Institute on Aging
  • Resource type: General web page

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Consider using this resource if you or someone you love has Alzheimer’s Disease and is still driving. Driving can become unsafe if the driver becomes more prone to accidents and finding other options for transportation is recommended in this case.

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safety, public transportation, memory loss, independence

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Rated on: 1/18/2019 10:56:15 AM

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