Adapting Motor Vehicles for Older Drivers
Evaluate your needs, making sure the vehicle "fits" you properly, choosing appropriate
features, installing and knowing how to use adaptive devices, practicing good vehicle maintenance.
How to Understand and Influence Older Drivers
Talking with an older person about their driving is often difficult. Most of us delay that talk until the person’s driving has become what we believe to be dangerous. At that point, conversations can be tense and awkward for everyone involved. But there are things you can say and do to make those conversations more productive and less tense.
Family and Friends Concerned About an Older Driver
To provide families, friends, healthcare providers, law enforcement personnel, and community and social services with information to assist older adults whose capabilities make them potentially unsafe to drive.
Driving Transition Education
Tools, scripts, and practice exercises to prepare professionals for effective conversations about driver safety and community mobility issues with older adults, their families, and concerned community members