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Driving and Alzheimer's Disease or Dementia


Driving demands quick reactions and decision making. People with Alzheimer's likely will not be able to drive. Dealing with the issue early on can help.

The Alzheimer’s Association website provides tips on speaking to a loved one about driving, signs of unsafe driving and other resources.

Learn more about dementia and driving!

You can anonymously report someone you feel should no longer be driving. The Department of Motor Vehicles will assess the person. Click here for more information.

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