Comfort Keepers Senior Care Durham & Chapel Hill discusses safe driving for seniors in their video.
Self-perceptions and Current Practices of High-risk Older Drivers: Implications for Driver Safety Interventions — North Carolina (07/01/2020)Source: Association
Indiana: Older Driver Information — Indiana (03/06/2019)Source: Association
DMV.com covers senior drivers in Indiana by stating that drivers up to age 75 are required to renew their license every 4 years. Drivers ages 75 to 85 can renew their license for a period of 3 years.
Driver Orientation Screen for Cognitive Impairment — National (01/01/2016)Source: Association
DOSCI Tool short training video.
Ped Motion Graphics - Driving Safely — National (01/10/2015)Source: US Department of Transportation
NHTSA's motion graphic about driving safely around pedestrians and bicyclists
Is It Time for Your Senior Driving Safety Course? — National (03/23/2011)Source: Association
The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association website has information and links to various organizations that offer senior driving safety courses.
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.
The Safer Streets Priority Finder — NationalSource: Association
This site enables you to analyze this risk to vulnerable road users (bicyclists and pedestrians on your community roads.)
Pedestrian Safety Training for Law Enforcement — NationalSource: US Department of Transportation
This training is an interactive, computer-based program to help law enforcement officers understand the factors associated with pedestrian crashes, develop meaningful countermeasures and enforcement strategies.
Bikeability Checklist — NationalSource: US Department of Transportation
BikeChecklist is a checklist to rate your neighborhood's bikeability.
Age-Friendly Walking — MassachusettsSource: Association
Age-Friendly Walking is a framework for planning and building cities and towns that are walkable for people of all ages. Walkability is key to ensuring that older adults can age in community, access goods and services and maintain health