When Should Dementia Patients Stop Driving?

Charles Laino from WebMD Health News goes through the motions in this article of what to do when you notice your loved one may be putting themselves and others at risk when driving. 

These same tips apply for any type of machinery or equipment that your loved one maybe accustomed to maneuvering but is maybe slowly losing their ability to keep up with.


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