Beyond Driving with Dignity; The workbook for older drivers and their families

As a way of providing an additional tool for families working with an older driver, Keeping Us Safe has developed the “Beyond Driving with Dignity” workbook.

It was specifically designed to help your family by providing you with a “roadmap to success” in your quest to overcome the challenges of an older driver’s safety. It is designed to be used by families as a tool to meet the demands of a potential problem when you become suspect of the senior driver’s ability to remain a safe driver.

Timely and appropriate use of this workbook and of all available resources will help keep families from making many of the common mistakes encountered by others as you move toward a possible driving retirement for your loved one.

Working through this instrument will help your family make driving-related decisions that are not only in the best interest of the older driver, but simultaneously find themselves in the best interest of highway safety in general. This workbook was designed to be used by your family in the confidence and comfort of your own home, most likely seated right at your family’s kitchen table

Here is the table of contents:

  1. Beyond Driving with Dignity
  2. Introduction
  3. Welcome to “Beyond Driving with Dignity”
  4. How to use this workbook
  5. The Certified “Beyond Driving with Dignity” Professional
  6. Older driver demographics
  7. Initiating driving-related conversations
  8. The Older Driver in Your Family
  9. Understanding an older driver’s fears
  10. Understanding a family’s fears
  11. Working the Plan
  12. Where do we start?
  13. Vision concerns
  14. Hearing concerns
  15. Memory concerns
  16. Reflex and reaction time concerns
  17. Medication concerns
  18. Strength and flexibility concerns
  19. General health concerns
  20. Let’s take a ride
  21. Making Tough Decisions
  22. Coming to a risk-reducing decision
  23. Dimensional Performance Recap
  24. When dementia is making the decisions
  25. Maintaining Independence
  26. Vehicle adaptations
  27. Limit driving, not living
  28. Appendix Title
  29. A note about diabetes and driving
  30. A granddaughter’s essay
  31. Resources
  32. Endnotes and Bibliography

To order inquire at Raleigh Geriatric Care Management, http://www.rgcmgmt.com, or email, lwatral@rgcmgmt.com.

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