Ohio State Highway Patrol. Driving Safely While Aging Gracefully. Introduction. Driving is a key to independence from the moment we get our first license. Most of us want to hold onto that key for as long as we safely can.
AARP 55 ALIVE Mature Driving601 E Street, NWWashington, DC 20049888-227-7669www.aarp.org/55aliveBrochures, mature driving course.
ADED: The Association for Driver Rehabilitation SpecialistsP.O. Box 49Edgerton, WI 53534608-884-8833www.driver-ed.orgFact sheets and driver rehabilitation specialist directory.
American Occupational Therapy Association4720 Montgomery LaneBethesda, MD 20824301-652-2682www.aota.orgConsumer fact sheets on specific conditions and evaluations, referrals to state organizations.
Insurance Institute For Highway Safety1005 N. Glebe RoadArlington, VA 22201703-247-1500www.highwaysafety.orgBrochures on traffic safety.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration400 Seventh Street, SWWashington, DC 20590888-327-4236(888-DASH-2-DOT)www.nhtsa.dot.govBrochures on traffic safety.
The USAA Educational Foundation9800 Fredricksburg Road, D3ESan Antonio, TX 782881-800-531-8159www.usaaedfoundation.orgBrochures on safety topics.
U.S. Administration On Aging1-800-677-1116www.aoa.dhhs.govEldercar Locator, a nationwide directory assistance service to locate the Area and State Agency on Aging in your community.Where to go for help