Older Road Users: From Driving Cessation to Safe Transportation

@inproceedings{Liddle2004OlderRU,
  title={Older Road Users: From Driving Cessation to Safe Transportation},
  author={Jacki Liddle and Kryss McKenna and Kieran Broome},
  year={2004}
}
Driving is a valued life role. Because of age-related changes, older people (that is, those aged 65 years and older) may need to retire from driving. Driving cessation can be a major life transition involving grief and loss, difficulty accessing alternative transport, reduced participation in life roles and poorer health outcomes. This study was conducted in two phases. In the exploratory phase, 234 people aged 65 years and older were interviewed about their transport use and lifestyle… CONTINUE READING

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