Even though her eyesight is bad and she has dry eyes and she gets attacks where she starts blinking very fast. Her hearing is bad sometimes; I have to speak very loud. She can’t hear the TV and she says something wrong with the TV. She takes 3 different blood pressure meds because she has hypertension, high blood sugar and heart meds. She had a huge lung cancer surgery 2 months ago. After the surgery she had internal bleeding and they opened her up again to see where the bleeding is from. She walks slowly and her reflexes are extremely slow. I have offered to drive her anywhere she likes and pick her up anytime but she wants to drive. Her oncologist mentioned that she might have dementia but her regular doctor says she is depressed and she lacks “concentration". When I mentioned driving he abruptly cut me off and he said that is not important right now. And just left. How is that not important? I don’t know what to do. Should I just let her drive? But she also is on so many meds that make her drowsy. She thinks just because she can do stuff around the house she is ok to drive. What is the big deal about driving and seniors wanting to drive until something catastrophic happens? I wish I had someone driving me around so I didn’t have to drive.