" Life after Licence is a free community resource aims to provide support for people transitioning from driver to non-driver. "
Life after Licence – Support for when you stop driving

Life after Licence is a free community resource that aims to provide support for people transitioning from driver to non-driver.

Life after Licence is a community initiative supported by NRMA Motoring + Services, Alzheimer’s Australia NSW, the Mid North Coast Aged Care Assessment Team, Community Transport and Community Care Options.

You can see it here.

 Posted: November 21st, 2014
Discussion

admin said:

Hi again. Again, I think it best if you start with speaking with someone on our National Dementia Helpline - 1800 100 500 - and probably having a chat to your GP about it as well. Good luck and thanks.

admin said:

Thanks for your message. I think you would be best talking about this to one of our staff on the National Dementia Helpline. They would be the best ones to point you in the right direction to get the right advice. You can contact them on 1800 100 500 or email them on nsw.helpline@alzheimers.org.au. We do also have resources like this one we just released in conjunction with the NRMA that might help . But I think speaking to someone on the National Dementia Helpline would be a good starting point. Thanks again.

Stuart said:

I have Early Stage Alzheimer's, I drive to and from work 4days a week, an almost straight road. I have Sat Nav to get me to other destinations. I don't speed, always stop at roundabouts etc. Should I give up my driving Licence? My neurophysiologist has not asked me to yet nor my GP. Do I have to go to the RTA?

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