[Driving and dementia.].
- Published Article
- Publication Date
Jun 01, 2002
Elderly who experience cognitive impairment decide in most instances themselves to stop driving. A minority continues driving in spite of obvious deficiencies. Clear guidelines for relatives and health professionals are needed in order to help elderly with cognitive impairment in making decisions on when it is appropriate to stop driving.
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