Health & wellness
Talks about driving with Alzheimer's and dementia
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(NECN) A new study finds that caregivers often put off convincing an elderly loved one that he or she is no longer fit to drive. Researchers and insurance companies have developed some new tools to ease the discussion. NECN's Ally Donnelly has more.
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