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Driving Means Independence and Adulthood
For many people, driving represent independence, access and a sense of adulthood and capability.
Threats to this experience requires an appreciation and compassion for how a person is feeling and at the same time being respectful in discussions about driving, driving options and cessation.
Being aware of the factors which may limit or reduce driving performance in older person is the first set in identifying the issues as well as a point to commence a conversation.
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Are you concerned about a person who is showing possible changes in their driving abilities? Perhaps you’re aware of a person’s medical condition that is likely to affect their ability to drive safely. In these situations we recommend you liaise directly with their GP who may recommend an assessment.
In order to schedule an occupational therapy assessment a detailed medical summary and referral is required before we can accept any appointment.
You Can Get Started At The Safe Driver Hub by calling 1300 783 200