THINKING DIFFERENTLY ABOUT OUR PARENTS AND THEIR CAR KEYS
CAN CREATE UNEXPECTED AND VERY POSITIVE REWARDS
Not long ago, the nation became riveted when a driver, then 86 years old, lost control of his vehicle, killing 10 and injuring 63 people in an open-air market in Santa Monica, California. Something no one wanted to think about — the dangers of allowing our aging drivers to continue behind the wheel — became something we were forced to stop and really consider. What might happen if our own parents hurt themselves, or someone else, while driving? And what is our ethical responsibility when it comes to our aging parents and their car keys?
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