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Older Driver Safety Awareness Week December 3-7, 2018

December 6, 2018

Driving helps older adults - persons 65 and older - stay mobile and able to live on their own. However, as we age, our sight and ability to think and remember declines. These changes may affect driving. Certain medical problems such as heart disease, dementia, sleep disorders, and limited hearing and vision increase older adults' risk of car crashes. Also, both prescription and over the counter medicines may affect driving safety.

Here are some steps older adults can take to stay safe on the road:

For more information about transportation services in the Littleton Regional Healthcare service area, point your browser to Transportation to LRH or to Tri-County Transit Transportation.

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