eFit for Individuals & Caregivers: Driving

As a person ages, changes in vision, hearing, mobility and reaction times can affect how they drive. Experiencing these changes does not mean someone cannot drive, but it is important to recognize how these changes may impact driving skills.

Concerned About Driving Safety? [PDF] (Source: National Institute on Aging)

20 Warning Signs That an Elderly Driver is No Longer Safe Behind the Wheel ( AgingCare ):
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Age and Driving ( HelpGuide ):
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Driving With Dementia – Healthcare Professional (drivinganddementia.ca)
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Family Conversations With Older Drivers ( The Hartford ):
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Older Adult Drivers with Cognitive Impairment ( American Academy of Family Physicians ):
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Older Drivers ( National Institute on Aging ):
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Older drivers: 7 tips for driver safety ( Mayo Clinic ):
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Requirements for Seniors in Canada ( A Place for Mom ):
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Senior Drivers (BC) ( Government of British Columbia ):
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The Older Adult Driver ( American Academy of Family Physicians ):
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