Continuing Education Programs
(CEU's) for Professionals
Driving Under the
Influence of Dementia
Bringing a Peaceful Resolution to
Complex & Sensitive Senior Driving Issues
This 1-hour Continuing Education presentation focuses on the role dementia, memory and executive functioning play on older driver safety. The presentation is supported by current-day, real-life examples as well as academic studies that confirm the correlation between cognitive decline and older driver safety.
This 1-hour Continuing Education presentation provides attendees with the skills and competencies necessary to help an individual (and their concerned family members) with age-related diminished driving skills make a smooth transition into a driving retirement, with minimal deterioration to the individual’s dignity or independence.
Who would benefit by attending these programs?
Nurses, physicians, independent and assisted-living facility administrators, senior center and assisted living activity directors, social workers, case managers,
law enforcement officers and dispatchers, court officials, elected officials, news media, geriatric professionals, insurance agents, attorneys, counselors,
community leaders, and EAP counselors, etc.
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"Continuing Education" programs" for professionals