Senior Transportation Abstracts: A Focus on Options (2011) H. Kerschner & N. Silverstein

This collection of more than sixty abstracts represents the issues for understanding and appreciating the needs, challenges, solutions, and/or every day issues associated with senior transportation options. The publication focuses on the singular issue of senior transportation that can contribute not only to sustaining, but also to maintaining and enriching, the lives of older adults.

Program Evaluation of a Community-Based Door-to-Door Medical Escort Service (2010) L. Martin, NSCT Student Scholar

Assessing Stakeholder Opinions of Medical Review of Impaired Drivers and Fitness to Drive: Recommendations for Massachusetts (2009) N. Silverstein & K. Barton

Community Mobility and Dementia: A Review of the Literature (2006) M. Vanderbur & N. Silverstein. Alzheimer's Association Public Policy Division and The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC

Book: Elizabeth Dugan (2006).The Driving Dilemma: Practical solutions for older drivers and their families. NY: Harper-Collins.

Fact Sheet: Risk Factors for Driving Cessation Vary by Race and Ethnicity (2011)

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