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Driving and Dementia

Presented by: Isabelle Gélinas

Driving and Dementia
Driving and Dementia

Time & Location

25 janv. 2024, 12:00 – 13:00

Online via zoom

About The Event

Isabelle Gélinas, PhD, will talk about the impact of neurocognitive disorders on one’s ability to drive a vehicle and how to proceed if you notice some decline in a person's driving ability.  She will also explain how to recognize when it is time to stop driving.

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Isabelle Gélinas, PhD, is an Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director at the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy at McGill University. She is also a researcher at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation in Montreal. Her research program focuses primarily on issues related to different forms of transportation mobility, including driving, to enable community participation for adults with disability and older adults. 

She is working in close collaboration with different partners including clinicians and researcher at an international level to develop evidence-based approaches that are clinically relevant.  She has also developed a web-based graduate certificate program on driving rehabilitation.

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