The Cook Street Village Activity Centre is a non-profit organization offering social, educational and recreational activities for persons of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds.  Membership is open to anyone 50+ years, as we cater primarily to those of “mature adult” status.
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Seniors Driving - CAA

Description: Canadians are living longer, and driving longer. As the Baby Boom retires, the number of senior drivers on the road is increasing too. And while more experience is a good thing, so is awareness that some age-related changes are inevitable.

Those changes don’t have to mean the end of the driving life – this toolkit for seniors and their loved ones is designed to show you how to stay safe behind the wheel, maintain confidence, and take concrete steps to modify driving habits if needed,

Renewing Your Driver’s Licence - Learn about what to expect when renewing your driver’s licence.

Assess Your Driving Skills - Use one of our interactive assessment tools to determine how to best maintain your driving skills.

How Aging Can Affect Driving - Examine how changing vision, hearing, and motor skills can affect driving.

How to Maintain Driving Skills - Find ways to diminish the impact of aging and maintain your driving skills.

Adjusting Your Driving Habits - Learn when changes in driving habits may be necessary, and discover ways to have an open conversation with loved ones.

Medications & Driving - Understand how different medications may affect your driving.

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Facility Name: Seniors Driving - CAA
Address: On-line
Area: Out of Area
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senior resources
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