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Forbes: How to Get Mom or Dad To Stop Driving

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Don't Ignore Dementia

Dementia always affects driving--eventually. A good rule of thumb is that about a year or two into Alzheimer's disease, a person should not be driving. You must monitor the situation; a person with this cognitive impairment can't tell how impaired he or she is, because ironically, dementia can knock out the intellectual ability to understand that.

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