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Driving Safety and People with Alzheimer’s Disease

good drivers must be alert, think clearly, and make good decisions. When a person, such as someone with Alzheimer’s disease, is no longer able to do these things, he or she should stop driving. This infographic can help with steps to take to help you determine if a person should stop driving:

Learn more about driving safety and Alzheimer’s disease  on the NIA website.

Last Updated on April 29, 2020

Published by Chrishun Brown

Communications Manager for the Rush Alzheimer's Disease Center

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