The study shows both sides, for and against, age-based assessment in senior drivers.
The Case For and Against Mandatory Age-based Assessment of Older Drivers — National (09/01/2006)Source: Association
Driving Cessation: The Perspective of Senior Drivers — National (08/03/2006)Source: Association
An educational intervention to aid older drivers in self‐evaluating driving skills and coping with the driving cessation dilemma is proposed.
Giving Up Driving May Be Express Lane To Long-term Care — National, Maryland (07/19/2006)Source: Association
Researchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine have found that elders who stay behind the wheel are less likely to enter nursing homes or assisted living centers than those who have never driven or who have given up driving altogether.
Collisions Involving Senior Drivers: High-risk Conditions and Locations — National (07/01/2006)Source: Association
This study was conducted to better understand the characteristics of crashes involving senior drivers 65 and older.
Sensitivity and Specificity of the Assessment of Driving-related Skills Older Driving Screening Tool — National (06/01/2006)Source: Association
The Assessment of Driving-related Skills (ADReS) was created to assist physicians in making decisions regarding their patients’ safe driving ability.
Older Adult Drivers with Cognitive Impairment — National (03/15/2006)Source: Association
This article is about the likelihood of family physicians becoming more involved in driving retirement discussions with patients affected by cognitive impairment.