Driving with dementia: obstacles and solutions

@inproceedings{Carmody2015DrivingWD,
  title={Driving with dementia: obstacles and solutions},
  author={John Carmody},
  year={2015}
}
Dementia refers to a syndrome characterised by a progressive deterioration of memory and at least one other cognitive domain which interferes with daily function and independence. Epidemiological data indicate the prevalence of dementia to be 6.4% of those aged over 65. Recent estimates by the World Health Organisation claim that 35.6 million people have dementia. It is expected that this figure will double every 20 years to 115.4 million by 2050. The issue of driving is critically important… CONTINUE READING

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