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Welcome to Senior LifeStyles

Welcome to Senior LifeStyles, a website designed to address the health, wealth and lifestyle issues concerning today's boomers and seniors with your host, Ron Kauffman. Ron and his wife, Lisa are experienced consultants, and experts on issues of aging and geriatric care management.

You can hear Ron's FREE Podcast every week as he covers a new topic relevant to the growing population of more than 80-million boomers and 30-million seniors in America.

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Here's this week's Podcast Topic:

We all know that if you ask anyone over the age of 60 what it is that provides them the greatest feeling and realization of personal freedom and independence, without fail, they will tell you that it's having their own car and being able to come and go as they please.

What happens when the person were talking about, whether it be mom, dad or possibly a spouse, has a debilitating disease or a dementia like Alzheimer's disease? What do we do about their driving at that time?

Anyone who has ever had to try to convince mom or dad to give up his/her car and license knows full well that the ensuing battle rivals the Civil War, and winning is difficult, albeit usually very necessary.

Join me for my podcast, "Signs That Mom Shouldn't Drive." It deals with some of the signs that you might want to look for if someone has Alzheimer's disease, or is just aging and beyond their ability to safely drive the car.

While it's never fun being the spouse or the adult child in a situation that involves asking or even telling a love one that it's time to give up their driver's license, most of us are more than likely going to have to face that situation at some point in our lives.

"Signs That Mom Shouldn't Drive"
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