Driving is certainly a convenient way to get around, and yet it is not the only way. Think of all the places you go to and then see if any of these options would work for getting there:
Consider changing some of your routines with the help of someone you trust such as a family member, friend, or neighbour. For example:
In addition, learn about alternative transportation options in your province or territory (click here).
See how this woman with dementia plans with her family for when she can no longer drive.
Source: The Alzheimer's Assocation
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