Dementia: Time to Take Away the Keys?

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with Barbara Roden, Senior Helpers

Families have difficulty when a person should stop driving. This presentation will discuss when that decision should be made and how to have that conversation.

Presented Thursday, October 16 2014

When a person is diagnosed with dementia, the individuals and family members struggle with a number of caregiving challenges. Driving is one of the more immediate issues. Unsafe driving can be life threatening for both the person with dementia and countless others. Families have difficulty when a person should stop driving. This presentation will discuss when that decision should be made and how to have that conversation.

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