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Driving and Transportation Safety

By Ryan Mackey

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If you believe their safety is in jeopardy by their continuing to drive you should: 

  • Check on local and city transportation available such as buses and community shuttles that can take them to the store, church, and community centers.

  • See if other family members will help out by giving rides if needed.

  • Look into whether neighbors or friends of your loved one can do an errand if you are unavailable.

  • Depending on their insurance plan, transportation may be included to make monthly doctor visits and pick up groceries.


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