Loyola University reports senior pedestrian fatalities and how hearing problems, consumption of alcohol and poor peripheral vision are all issues that can affect senior’s ability to walk the streets safely.
Road Safety for Elderly Pedestrians — National (09/14/2020)Source: University
North Carolina Governor's Highway Safety Program — North Carolina (01/05/2020)Source: University
North Carolina Governor’s Highway Safety Program created a comprehensive website related to senior driver information. This site features 3 different sections with information: Drivers, Caregivers, Professionals.
Disease-, Age-related Effects of HIV May Impact Driving Abilities of Middle-aged and Older Adults — Alabama, National (04/02/2014)Source: University
Nearly half of people living with HIV experience cognitive deficits that may impact instrumental activities of daily living, including driving, according research.
Cognitive Training Decreases Motor Vehicle Collision Involvement of Older Drivers — Alabama, Maryland, Indiana, Pennsylvania, National (11/04/2010)Source: University
This study was done to test cognitive training and motor vehicle collision in senior drivers.
Designing In-Vehicle Technologies for Older Drivers — National (03/01/2009)Source: University
New in-vehicle systems must be designed for users who receive no training in how to use them and whose cognitive and sensory abilities vary.
Driving and PD (Parkinson's Disease) — NationalSource: University
The page includes links regarding self-assessments of driving ability, how Parkinson’s disease affects driving ability, how MD’s assess a person’s ability to drive and more.