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Special issue : driving and community mobility (II) - interventions to enable driving
journal contributionposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Carolyn Unsworth, P Harries
The first part of our Special Issue on ‘Driving and community mobility’ (British Journal of Occupational Therapy 78 (2)) focused on the assessment of drivers with health or age-related declines, and revealed over 25 years of research evidence that occupational therapists can use to help determine an individual’s fitness-to-drive. The focus of this second part of our Special Issue is on occupational therapy interventions that support access to the community. What happens when an individual’s driving skills are impaired due to either congenital or acquired disabilities or the health declines associated with normal ageing?
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External Author AffiliationsAppleton Institute for Behavioural Sciences; Brunel University; School of Human, Health and Social Sciences (2013- );