Take a relevant history and perform necessary assessments to investigate Mrs Browningís ability to drive.
Please click on the questions below to obtain Mrs Browningís answer
Tell me about your driving?
Have you noticed any changes in your eyesight at all?
Iím sorry to hear that Mrs Browning. Are there any particular conditions in which you find it more difficult to see?
What about your hearing? Have you noticed any changes?
Are there any other conditions in which you find it difficult to hear people talk, other than if a lot of people are talking at once?
Do you experience any pain in your ears or ringing in your ears?
What about itchiness?
Oh I donít drive that often these days, only three or four times a week, and usually in the local area. I donít drive at night anymore.
Well, I have to say that reading the road signs is not as easy as it used to be! Reading print is also troublesome. My eyesight is starting to affect my ability to participate in the things I like to do.
Yes, I find bright lights can occasionally be difficult to cope with. There seems to be an excessive glare that bothers me.
I love a good chat, but these days itís harder to keep track of conversations if a lot of people are speaking at once. Iím concerned that people will think Iím rude if I misunderstand or donít respond.
I do have some difficulty hearing my granddaughter. She has a very soft, high voice. Come to think of it, my friend June has a soft voice too, and I often having trouble keeping track when she's talking.
No, nothing like that either.