Opportunity details

Driver safety for people with memory difficulties and their families

How do you know if/when to stop driving if you have mild cognitive problems ?

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Full description:

Sheffield University are interested in exploring views of people with mild cognitive problems (memory and problem solving) and their families on deciding when it may no longer be safe for them to drive.

Would in car technology be a positive thing (to demonstrate ability, possibly reduce insurance costs, reassure families) ?

Would it feel like too much monitoring?

We would like to invite you to an online meeting to have your say. (Questions will be sent in advance, to allow time to think)

Date from

11th February 2021

Date to

3rd March 2021


NIHR Devices for Dignity Med Tech Co-operative

We are part of the National Institute of Health research.

Our role is to develop new health technologies working in partnership with people with long term conditions and their families.

We are supporting Sheffield University to engage with the public about this project.


Invitation Understanding Driver Behaviour MCI & Carers group..pptx





UK wide

Involvement type:

Identifying and prioritising
Evaluating impact

What support is offered?

We are looking for people to have help from a family member as needed, and will send out the questions in advance to allow time to think and discuss as a family if this would be helpful ahead of the online meeting.




Thank you voucher

Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?


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