Poster Session  |   July 2017
Can a Cognitive–Perceptual–Physical Battery Predict Driving Competence for People With Mild Cognitive Impairments? A Pilot Study
Author Affiliations
  • National Cheng Kung University
  • Chang Jung Christian University
Article Information
Community Mobility and Driving / Assessment/Measurement
Poster Session   |   July 2017
Can a Cognitive–Perceptual–Physical Battery Predict Driving Competence for People With Mild Cognitive Impairments? A Pilot Study
American Journal of Occupational Therapy, July 2017, Vol. 71, 7111500020p1. doi:10.5014/ajot.2017.71S1-PO1137
American Journal of Occupational Therapy, July 2017, Vol. 71, 7111500020p1. doi:10.5014/ajot.2017.71S1-PO1137
Abstract

Date Presented 3/30/2017

Our research showed that some people with mild cognitive impairments can still drive safely. In addition, visuocognitive assessments, seldom included in driving evaluation in the literature, may predict performance in on-road assessment. Realistic on-road assessment is needed.

Primary Author and Speaker: Bin-Huei Shih

Additional Authors and Speakers: Lin-Hui Chang, Jye Wang

Contributing Authors: Ming-Chyi Pai, Yung-Hsiang Cheng