There are more than 12 million Americans with HIV and more than a million people with AIDS, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In Washington, DC, a city with high HIV infection rates and 14,000 residents living with HIV, two in five people living with HIV are over the age of 50, as reported recently by the Huffington Post.
For many seniors, driving is an integral part of their identity as independent adults who can travel where they want, and when they want.
But for a variety of health reasons, including poor eyesight and slow response time, many seniors are no longer able to drive. But that doesn’t mean handing over the keys is an easy thing for them to do.