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Driver's Resources

In March of 2013, the AARP’s Policy Institute released a study of 65+ year old commuters and the impact of extended years of employment among Americans on transportation and community planning:  “Work-Related Travel in an Era of Extended Employment”

The Center for Health in Aging is committed to enabling older adults to age safely and successfully in their homes and communities. To achieve this goal, we must address the issue of transportation, safe driving, and mobility options – especially for those of us who are no longer driving or are thinking of retiring from driving.

Check out more information on our own initiatives here.

Please also visit our partners at the Georgia Older Driver’s Task Force for more information on statewide initiatives.

If you are concerned about someone’s ability to drive safely, you may consider completing a Request for Driver Evaluation, developed by the GA Older Driver’s Task Force and the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.

Additional Resources for driver’s education, training, and alternative transportation services:

For Health Professionals: