Transporting around the country can be challenging for people with dementia.
That’s why we’re taking a look at the most common and practical ways you can avoid any potential issues in the journey.
This is part one of a two-part series looking at the different ways you might be able to avoid a few common and common sense issues when driving around Australia.
To start, you might find yourself in a lot of traffic jams, as we’ve already mentioned.
But if you’re not averse to driving, don’t worry.
You can make it through most of these situations in a relatively relaxed manner, and you’ll have plenty of time to take your eyes off the road.
If you’re in a hurry to get home, it might be worth keeping a little extra time to get a meal, even if you don’t want to bother getting out of the car.
There’s also plenty of things you can do in the car to keep things flowing, such as having a drink and some conversation while you wait for the train to arrive.
You might also want to consider how much time you have left on your licence, as well as the fact that you’ll be driving on the road in a large number of places.
If you’ve been driving a car for a while, you may find that you’re a bit stressed, so you may want to take a few days off.
And there’s more to the issue of getting your licence back in order than just the time it would take you to drive the entire length of the state, which is why the state’s roads authority has launched a national campaign to remind people of their obligations to get their licences back in place.
While it’s unlikely you’ll find yourself stranded on a remote road on a cold winter’s night, if you need to get back home, you can take a walk.
You could also take some time to think about what you’ll need to do when you return home.
There are some things you should consider before heading back to your home town.
If there’s a bus stop close to your place of work, you’ll want to check if there’s any food or snacks for sale, and take a look around the local area to see if there are places to park your car.
Some people might find that a few extra minutes in the garage or driveway can make a big difference in their commute.