(HealthDay News) -- Problems that frequently affect older people
-- such as changes in vision, arthritis or problems with memory --
should lead some seniors to conclude that they can no longer drive
The American Academy of Family Physicians says if you or loved
ones have noticed a lapse in your driving skills, you should
Restricting driving only to certain times, such as during
Working with an occupational or physical therapist.
Adding devices to your car that can help you drive more safely,
such as wider mirrors.
Quitting driving altogether, and relying on friends, family or
public transportation for rides.
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