Driving advice from Dementia together magazine readers, Dementia Voice partners and Dementia Support Forum members.
Retired teacher Nellie Suffolk, in Bristol, has Alzheimer’s disease and remains as independent as she can.
Rashmi Paun always had an impressive memory – he tells us how life has changed since his Alzheimer's diagnosis.
Research project: Improving the assessment of driving safety in cognitive impairment
The issues faced by someone with young-onset dementia will be very different to those experienced by someone older. This page includes information on talking to children about a diagnosis, driving and any benefit entitlements.
It is possible to keep driving after a diagnosis of dementia. However, there are things you must do to keep driving safely and legally. Read our booklet about driving for more information. It is one of nine Living with dementia booklets written for people with dementia.