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Protecting your independence and health with transportation options

Avoid isolation, malnutrition, and missed doctor appointments by arranging rides when you no longer drive. It’s not easy giving up the car keys when you get older. Without transportation, you need others to take you to a store, a doctor’s office, or a social gathering. “That can be very hard for some people. They won’t ask for assistance, because they don’t want to be a burden,” says Dr. Margaret O’Connor, a neuropsychologist…

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