Source: AAA, AARP and the American Occupational Therapy Association
Program that brings seniors together with occupational therapists to see how well their cars are suited to their needs.
Source: IlluminAge Communication Partners
Points for seniors and families to consider; is it safe to continue driving? What alternative transportation is available?
Information for older adults about safe driving, including AARP Driver Safety Classes
Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
The DriveWell Toolkit is a stand-alone, turn-key program on older driver safety and mobility.
Source: Easter Seals and a consortium of national associations
Transportation options for older adults who wish to live independently in the community; resources for seniors and caregivers.
Source: National Safety Council
Public service organization dedicated to educating and influencing people to prevent accidental injuries and deaths; website includes information about falls in the home and community, and a wide variety of safety topics.
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The NCIPC website offers a wide variety of factsheets and other resources for older adult drivers.
Source: Rides in Sight
National database of over 15,000 providers of transportation services for seniors.