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A Dementia and Driving Decision Aid (DDDA) that gives families and medical practitioners guidance on how to initiate conversations about driving with someone who has dementia has now been translated into Italian, Greek and Vietnamese. A Mandarin version will also be available soon.

The DDDA was developed by University of Wollongong researchers from a variety of specialist knowledge areas including medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, public health, psychology and road safety, under the auspices of UOW’s strategic interdisciplinary research program, Global Challenges.

The DDDA is available for free online.

Access community language versions of the Dementia and Driving Decision Aid

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