"We Need To Talk"

Occupational Therapy staff from Tomah Memorial Hospital will hold a special
presentation designed to help adult children and friends learn to talk with their
loved ones about remaining active and participating in the community when it is time
to limit or stop driving. The free presentation titled, "We Need to Talk" will be
held Thursday, Feb. 20 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. in the hospital's lower level classrooms
at 321 Butts Ave., Tomah.  Developed by AARP and based on information created
jointly by The Hartford and the MIT AgeLab, the interactive event will focus on the
meaning and importance of driving to older adults, recognizing the warning signs of
unsafe driving, identifying and creating a plan to use alternative transportation,
and tips for holding productive discussions about driving safety. People attending
are urged to use Tomah Memorial's south side parking lot, located between the
hospital and Mayo Tomah Clinic.


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