Surrendering the Keys

Thursday, February 10 by JerryFoster

From Health Affairs Magazine

This is an interesting essay about a doctor’s dilemma persuading an elderly patient to stop driving. The relevance is that such strategies (and in only a few states, laws) can only be effective if there are alternatives such as public transportation (including resources provided through local senior centers and other groups) as well as pedestrian infrastructure.

For information about senior programs, go to

West Windsor Department of Human Services Senior Programs
NJ Helps Services

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