Summary of an Evidence-Based Review on Interventions for Medically at Risk Older Drivers

Published: June 15th, 2014

Category: Peer Reviewed Publications

Classen, S. (2014). Summary of an evidence-based review on interventions for medically at risk older drivers. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 28 (2), 223-228.

Synopsis:

This paper provides occupational therapy practitioners with clinically applicable recommendations and intervention strategies based on the findings of an evidence-based review previously conducted to determine the effectiveness of interventions for medically at-risk drivers with stroke, visual deficits, or cognitive decline. The recommendations and interventions in this paper have potential to inform the clinical reasoning of occupational therapists working with medically at-risk older drivers.