Our baby boomer kids are concerned about us and our cars. When is it no longer safe for us older adults to drive? Are we capable of making realistic decisions? Do we need their help in deciding when to give up the car? At my retirement community, I frequently see this stressful dilemma. Of the many decisions adult children need to make for, or with, their aging parents, the keys to the car may be one of the hardest.
Read what is happening at my place in my latest post Who Should Drive The Car?
This post was written by Margery Fridstein, an author and retired psychotherapist who lives in a CCRC outside of Denver, CO. She is chronicling her experience in the monthly series, “The Last Stop With Margery Fridstein.”