Driving Tips for Seniors with Dementia

Take frequent rides with your elderly parent so you could watch his driving.If you have an elderly loved one who is still behind the wheels, knowing when to stop driving is very important. Most of the time, senior citizens don’t actually realize that their driving skills deteriorate over time from the disease. As you work closely with his doctor to monitor his driving, here are some tips that will help you keep your elderly loved one safe.

–          Take frequent rides with your elderly parent so you could watch his driving.

–          Let them drive only in daylight and on familiar routes.

–          Consider getting a GPS vehicle tracking system for their car.

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