Families and Caregivers
How do I help Turn my Parent’s PA License in for an ID Card?
How to Exchange a Driver’s License for an ID Card Driving retirement is tough! Add in trying to figure out how to turn a license in for an identification card can leave you confused, frustrated and overwhelmed. frustrations at the DMV can just make the whole process worse. If it is time to help mom…Read More
Adaptive Mobility Services Uses Cutting Edge Cognitive Screening To Support Drivers
Using the Brief Cognitive Assessment Tool to Guide Driving Decisions I am super excited to share this! I have been using the Brief Cognitive Assessment Tool for years. In comparison to other quick cognitive screens (MoCA, MMSE, SLUMS), it is the new kid on the block, but when it comes to screening executive functioning skills,…Read More
3 Easy Tips to Support Your Love Ones When It is Time for Them to Stop Driving
3 Easy Driving Retirement Tips Not driving and driving retirement can be a big change. Families often ask me, “How can we make the transition from driver to passenger easier? How can I help my mom/dad with not driving?” Here are three tips to turn to time and time again. I hope they help you!Read More
Could Hand Controls Help You?
Are you experiencing tingling in your feet? Tingling or numbness in your feet could be a sign of sensation loss. Sensation changes in our feet can happen for lots of different reasons. From diabetes to neuropathy to spinal cord injuries, sensation loss in your feet can impact safe driving. We rely on sensation while driving…Read More
Positive Driving Conversations
Celebrate Older Driver Safety Awareness Week 2018 with positive conversations about driving! Conversations about driving do not and should not always be about ‘taking the keys away,’ but rather should be about choices for the future. Here are some tips: Start conversations about driving retirement early! We will all outlive our ability to drive, so…Read More
Familys & Caregivers: Worried about Mom’s Driving?
Are you worried about Mom’s driving? Yesterday, a loving adult daughter called me. Over the holiday weekend, she enjoyed lots of time with her parents and siblings. She said it was so wonderful, but she walked away with some concerns about her mom’s health. The daughter told me that her mom was diagnosed with…Read More