Primary Care Resources - Driving

This checklist provides the family practitioner with a practical approach to determine if an older adult is safe to drive.
5 Pages.

This supplemental resource provides a quick summary of the trail making tests administration and interpretation.
It contains parts A and B and instructions in 5 Pages.  Click on this link and use the download arrow in the upper right of the screen to save on your computer.

This test of cognitive function has two parts: Trails “A”, which requires the individual to connect a sequence of 25 numbers in order; and Trails “B” which requires the individual to alternately connect a sequence of 25 numbers and letters (e.g. 1-A-2-B-3-C, etc.). The trails can be used independently of each other or together. These tools are often used in the screening for driving fitness. 5 Pages.