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To Drive or Not to Drive: How to Make the Call

SNAP SAMP: List TWO classes of medication that can affect ability to drive, other than opioids. List FIVE history questions to determine whether a patient can drive. List the gold standard for driving ability assessment. Answers are in the blog post below. Dementia and Driving Drivers with dementia are at an increased risk of crashes. If driving SAFETY is suspected, use the mnemonic SAFE-DRIVE and use the following questions to make your assessment: S – Safety record: In the last year, have you had any accidents or near misses or tickets for driving violations (driving too slowly, failure to stop)? A – Attentional skills: Have there been occasions where you have gotten lost or have been unab
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