Identifying and Referring Cognitively Impaired Drivers is an abbreviated version of the two-hour course, “Law Enforcement’s Role in Older Driver Safety”.
Identifying and Referring Cognitively Impaired Drivers (30 Minute Shift Change) — National (01/01/2017)Source: Nonprofit Organization
Challenges of Older Drivers’ Adoption of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and Autonomous Vehicles — National (06/21/2016)Source: Nonprofit Organization
The personal vehicle is increasingly the preferred mode of travel for aging adults. There are greater numbers of older drivers on the roads driving more miles than ever before.
Alzheimer’s Society Podcast April 2014 - Dementia and Driving — National (04/01/2014)Source: Nonprofit Organization
The Alzheimer’s Society produced a podcast to discuss the affects of dementia on a senior’s ability to drive.
Consensus Statements on Driving for Persons with Dementia — National (02/25/2014)Source: Nonprofit Organization
This paper works as a guide for occupational therapists when addressing driving, mobility and dementia in seniors.
Driver Safety for Older Adults: What Families Need to Know — California (02/12/2014)Source: Nonprofit Organization
UCLA’s Longevity Center held a community meeting on January 16, 2014 to discuss Driver Safety for Older Adults.
Seniors Have Trouble Walking And Talking At The Same Time — National (03/16/2011)Source: Nonprofit Organization
NPR reported the findings of researchers from the University of Illinois who found that “individuals over 59 face an increased risk of injury when crossing busy complicated streets while multitasking.”
Resources for Law Enforcement — NationalSource: Nonprofit Organization
The Training, Research and Education for Driving Safety (TREDS) has several 30-minute training videos for law enforcement.
National INstitute on Aging — NationalSource: Nonprofit Organization
Resources on the way you can implement safe driving habits into your routine.