A few key decisions can give your heart that extra attention and lower your odds of a heart attack or stroke.
You and Your Heart: What You Control — National (02/12/2021)Source: Association
Keeping Your Mobility With CarFit — National (02/11/2021)Source: News
Learn about CarFit and having your car "fit" you as you age.
Transportation Planning with Family — National (02/02/2021)Source: News
It's important to remember you don't have to plan your transportation retirement alone.
How to Use Rideshare Apps — National (02/01/2021)Source: News
Learn to use a rideshare app to help cut down on your driving.
Starting the Conversation—Your Loved Ones Driving — National (02/01/2021)Source: News
As a loved one to an older driver, you have an imporant task ahead. Start a conversation about safe driving with your older loved one.
ChORUS Older Driver Resources — National (10/09/2020)Source: US Department of Transportation
Provides a list of general resources for older road users.
ChORUS Older Driver Transportation Planning Tool — National (10/09/2020)Source: US Department of Transportation
The ChORUS Older Driver Transportation Planning Tool guides you through the steps of developing your transportation plan. Starting early allows you to map out your needs, identify and explore your options for alternate transportation modes in your area, and plan for continuing a full and active life whether you are driving or not. Be sure to talk with your doctor to understand how changes in your medical conditions and/or medications might impact driving. Also, family members, friends, and caregivers can help you think about how to best meet all your transportation needs.
Conversations About Driving - Plan Ahead — National (09/18/2020)Source: Association
AAA gives tips on how to plan for a discussion with a senior family member about quitting driving.
Some Medications and Driving Don’t Mix — National (09/15/2020)Source: Association
The FDA reports on its website that medications and their side effects could be harmful while driving.
Older Drivers at High Crash Risk are ‘Most Distractible’ — National (04/02/2019)Source: News
Older drivers rated at high crash risk on a computerized vision test are more likely to have driving problems related to distractions in the car.