Conference Proceeding

Drivers with Dementia: Environment, Errors and Performance Outcomes

Authors
  • Angela Berndt (University of South Australia School of Health Sciences Adelaide, South Australia)
  • Esther May (University of South Australia School of Health Sciences Adelaide, South Australia)
  • Michael Clark (Flinders University Adelaide, South Australia)

Abstract

The current non-experimental observational study adds to the body of evidence and literature by describing, from a person – environment – occupation model, the on-road performance of 115 licensed drivers who had dementia. The purpose is to potentially prescribe the essential criteria of environmental and driving tasks for on-road assessment inclusion.

How to Cite:

Berndt, A. & May, E. & Clark, M., (2007) “Drivers with Dementia: Environment, Errors and Performance Outcomes”, Driving Assessment Conference 4(2007), 401-407. doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/drivingassessment.1268

Rights: Copyright © 2007 the author(s)

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Published on
11 Jul 2007
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