My husband is in the early stages of Dementia. We live in a very small town, and at this point he is still driving. It is going to be very difficult to take his car keys away. He is not aware of how much his situation has deteriorated, and most of the time doesn't remember that he has dementia. He has gotten lost a few times in our little town, but it is so small and so many people know him and about his problem, he has always found someone to help him get home, or recognized where he was after a short time. He doesn't drive very well. He has trouble maintaining a constant speed and will drive very slowly at times, though he doesn't speed. I have asked his doctors and they have said they usually don't have a problem with driving until the patient scores 20 or lower on the MoCA or SLUMS or other memory test. He is currently scoring 21-25. Whenever we go somewhere together, I drive, unless I just want to ride with him to see how he's doing. Does anyone have any advice on when and how to keep your loved one from driving?