ChORUS offers a wealth of resources that promote older driver safety. We have curated lists to provide the perfect starting point for exploring resources, materials, and tools specific to you
Resources for Medical Professionals: Older Driver Safety Awareness Week 2022 — National (10/26/2022)Source: Association
Introduction to the Clinician's Guide to Assessing and Counseling Older Drivers — National (05/19/2022)Source: Association
AOTA created a presentation about the themes of the Clinicians Guide to Assessing and Counseling Older Drivers.
What to Expect When You Are Referred to a Driving Rehabilitation Specialist? — National (10/09/2020)Source: US Department of Transportation
Provides information on the role of Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (DRS), how they perform evaluations, and what to do with evaluation results.
¿Qué esperar cuando se lo/la deriva a un especialista en rehabilitación de conductores? — National (10/09/2020)Source: US Department of Transportation
Proporciona información sobre el papel de los especialistas en rehabilitación de conductores, cómo realizan las evaluaciones y qué hacer con los resultados de las evaluaciones.
International: Cognitive Screening Tools for Predicting Unsafe Driving Behavior Among Senior Drivers — National (10/17/2014)Source: Association
As Canada’s elderly continue to represent the fastest-growing population in Canada, there has been an increasing need for effective and efficient screening tools for senior drivers.
Elderly Drivers Support Competency Tests — National (05/28/2011)Source: Association
Researchers studying driving habits and accident rates among the elderly found that a majority support age-based competency tests.
Driving Simulators Help Older Adults Improve Their Road Skills — National (01/14/2011)Source: Association
Older drivers could benefit from training programs that put them behind the wheel -- in a driving simulator, with an observer who helps them develop their skills, according to a new article.
ChORUS Medical Professionals Resource — NationalSource: Association
ChORUS developed a helpful resource with links and definitions of additional resources you can use when talking to your patience about older driver safety and how you can expand you knowledge on the topic.
Maine: Driving Laws for Seniors and Older Drivers — MaineSource: Association
Drivers are required to renew their licenses every six years in the state of Louisiana, according to AAA.com. They are also required to complete a vision test at every in-person renewal.
Spectrum of Driver Services: Right Services for the Right People at the Right Time — NationalSource: Association
A description consumers and health care providers can use to distinguish the type of services needed for an older adult.