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Taking the Keys Away from Elderly Parent
by: Sandra

Can you have your doctor talk on your behalf in order to begin this process? It will get worse before it gets better...there has to be a way to enforce this decision. Are there city or county programs that could help get transportation help?

Please talk to someone as the liability can increase a great deal the longer this goes on...

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