Hi, My mother has been diagnosed with Alzheimers for four years now. She continues to drive, at the moment. However, her reaction times to possible hazards in the road don't seem great, and she definitely has a problem with navigation (no surprise on London roads). I've just about convinced her of the need to get a driving assessment, to check that she's safe, to give us evidence either way to show the DVLA, and to look for possible ways to make things easier if there are any. But I'm unfamiliar with driving assessments or the local assessment centres (there's three options in easy reach: the QEF in Carshalton; SE Driveability based out of Maidstone; and the Hertfordshire Action on Disability Mobility Centre near Welwyn Garden City). Any views on any of these centres, or on driving assessments in general?