Older Americans Month

Older Americans Month is a time to plan how to be safe on the road all year long. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and LinkedIn for tips on safety all month long.

The Clearinghouse for Older Road User Safety (ChORUS) serves as a centralized, user-friendly, and dynamic source of information pertaining to highway safety for aging drivers, passengers, pedestrians, and cyclists. Built as a comprehensive resource, it covers all three major components of highway safety: safe roadways, safe road users, and safe vehicles.

Driving rehab specialist Susie Touchinsky, OTR/L, SCDCM, CDRS, shares how one of her clients who suffered from a stroke was able to drive again with the help of adaptive driving equipment.


Older Couple Driving in their car. Text reads ChORUS Clearinghouse for Older Road User Safety. Older Americans Month Age My Way: May 2022
Older Americans Month Resources

May is Older Americans Month. The Administration for Community Living theme is Age My Way.

Older woman driving a car.
When should Older Drivers stop driving? It depends.

Many drivers retain their skills later into life, but vision impairments, diminishing reaction speed pose risks

An older woman is sitting in the drivers seat, with the window rolled down. A younger woman is standing outside the car, handing the older woman the key. Both women are smiling.
Older Americans Month Blog

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The Clearinghouse for Older Road User Safety (ChORUS) is a project of the Roadway Safety Foundation, a non-profit located in Washington, DC. Support is provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), with additional development and guidance supplied by New Editions Consulting, Inc. and a panel of Subject Matter Experts.