Explore Older Driver Resources in Montgomery County

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For some older adults, driving represents the ability to maintain connections and participate in meaningful activities. Driving also means being responsible for the safety of self, passengers, and other drivers.

Older Driver Safety Awareness Week

In honor of Older Driver Safety Awareness Week (December 6-10), Montgomery County’s Caregiver Support Program will explore various elements of safe driving on its Engage@Home YouTube channel. Six speakers address topics such as driving in winter weather; finding the best fit between you and your car; driver rehabilitation; and comfortable alternatives to driving.  

To watch these videos, which range in length from about eleven to twenty-one minutes, go to https://bit.ly/MoCo_OlderDrivers.

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Additional Resources

Senior Centers and local libraries periodically host older driver programs such as AARP’s Safe Driver program and CarFit. To find a senior center or library near you, call 311.