07| Driving Assessment and Management in Older Adults with Cognitive Impairment
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Older adults are at greater risk for unsafe driving, due in large part to the increased risk for pathological cognitive decline. Neuropsychologists frequently address driving safety in their clinical evaluations. In this episode, we discuss these issues with Dr. Jennifer Davis, a board-certified clinician-researcher with knowledge of the impact of neurocognitive performance on driving safety.


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