Webinar: Driving Under the Influence…of Dementia (for Professionals)

COST:  $20.00 / START TIME:  5:30p EDT

This program was designed for professionals who support people living with dementia.

The right to drive is earned during adolescence for most people. It has a variety of social and fiscal responsibilities associated with it and allows the person a high degree of autonomy and independence. The symptoms of dementia gradually erode the person’s capacity for safe and effective vehicle maintenance and driving.  This session will focus on early indicators of risk and highlight the importance of addressing concerns in proactive and healthy ways rather than avoiding the topic or creating high risk situations.


Discuss common symptoms of dementia that impact ability to drive safely and effectively in challenging situations as well as routine journeys

Discuss the value of routine evaluation of ability combined with development of alternate plans for community mobility when dementia has been identified

Compare various approaches to discussion and conversations related to driving

Positive Approach now offers live webinar events for professionals who are supporting people living with dementia.  These interactive events will focus on a specific topic and include open discussions with the group. 

Cost per session is $20.00.  Participants must register to attend.  Registration is limited.  Registration for the live events includes access to the recording of the webinar. Recordings will be released within a week of the live event. 


Licensing Disclaimer:  This content is intended for individual use only.  If you are interested in multiple party viewings or licensing of this content for use in your training services, please contact the licensing team for further information.

If you have questions or if you don’t see the topic you want to discuss and explore, please contact Corrie Phillips.

Click here to view our upcoming webinars for people living with dementia.

Click here to view our upcoming webinars for friends and families.

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