By: Mary Ellen Nessmith, MPA
March 2, 2015
Aging can bring on physical and/or psychological changes such as hearing or vision impairment and confusion. As a result, you may need to limit or prohibit certain activities, such as driving, which can be potentially hazardous. If your loved one drives, make sure he or she is not putting him or herself or others in danger.
Having the conversation with an older loved one about giving up the keys is something most of us avoid. This discussion will review the three aspects of senior driving: safety, driving retirement and alternate transportation.
Mark your calendar now for this upcoming moderated discussion group.
Giving Up the Keys: The Three Gears of Senior Driving and Retirement
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
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This discussion is available through the WorkLife Library. This discussion group and many others are available for employees to participate in live or listen to another time.
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