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- Website: Fraser Health
- Resource type: General web page
Summary - The message of this resource is:
Driving your own car can become difficult with age and it is important to be aware of alternative transportation modes that can be used. If you are unable to drive independently, some options include public transit, carpooling, taxis and volunteer driver programs.
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advance planning, accessibility, independent living, community
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Step 1 - Evidence-based
Is this information reliable, based on scientific research?
Step 2 - Transparency
Is it clear who developed the resource and how?
Step 3 - Usability
Is the information easy to understand and easy to use?
Rated on: 7/30/2019 11:47:51 AM
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