"Our society is reinforcing that we all take responsibility for our health care," Sanders said."So, they are telling their doctors, 'Talk to me about ways in which I can stay active.'" By the end of 2008, the BMV had issued 1,139,906 placards, the figure includes passes issued that year and the ones carried over from 2007 and before.So, this is one way in which health care professionals are helping their patients be functional as much as they can." Sanders is the associate director of the offices of geriatrics and palliative medicine at Northeast Ohio Medical University.Some Baby Boomers -- the oldest of whom will turn 68 this year -- are having conversations with their doctors about the possibility of getting a parking placard, Sanders added.Valid explanations include not being able to walk 200 feet without stopping to rest, using portable oxygen or suffering from a severe cardiac or respiratory condition.An advocate for senior adults, Margaret Sanders, said an aging population that is living longer but developing chronic illnesses, coupled with a desire to not be home-ridden, may have influenced the spike.
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