According to road safety charity The Institute of Advanced Motorists, older drivers should consider whether they are safe to drive or not. Based on this, the I of AM has offered the following tips:
Currently motorists are required to renew their licence at age 70, and then every 3 years thereafter. Ensure you keep up-to-date with all your renewals, or you could end up driving illegally.
When you renew your licence you are asked to self-certify the state of your health. Be
Sometimes, I think we all take our memory for granted. Losing the car keys or trying to recall what is on your shopping list at home can stump even the best of memories. But what if our memories and thoughts were permanently lost?
According to the World Health Organization nearly 35.6 million people live with dementia worldwide. The World Health Organization statistics reveal this number is expected to double by 2030 and more than triple by 2050.
Dementia can be caused by v
The ways you can best travel as an Arthritis sufferer
Your bags are packed and your flights are booked. And you have a list of places to visit. However, as Arthritis sufferer, are you fully prepared enough to deal with your arthritis whilst away on holiday?
1. Find the U.K. embassy
Knowing the location of your UK Embassy or Consulate can be very helpful when travelling abroad. If you have a medical emergency of any kind, embassy/consulate staff can help direct you to th
It is often quite common for members of our family and all our loved ones who have dementia to refuse to take their medication. When this happens we need to look at this situation in a couple of different ways and as best we can.
Firstly, we should perhaps ask if we are infringing on their rights? As everyone should still have the same rights, whether they suffer with dementia or not. However, one of the symptoms of dementia is impaired decision-making. As the dementia suf