Get there. Safely.
Many older adults are excellent drivers, yet they are more likely to be involved in a collision and to be injured or killed as a result. The increased risk of collisions is a result of many factors, including physical and cognitive declines that can accompany the aging process. Families, doctors, governments and the general public have become quite interested in assessing driving skills in older adults and in providing training to correct poor driving habits. If you want to improve your golf game, you go to the expert. Why not take the same approach to driving?
The Perceptual and Cognitive Aging lab will soon offer driving assessments to let you know if there are any issues that could potentially impact your ability to drive safely. We don't take away licenses; we educate. Who gets your test results is completely up to you.
Don't just think you're safe. Know you are.
The Perceptual and Cognitive Aging Lab has the tools that can alert you of potential issues that could impact your ability to drive safely. One completely free visit can give you or your loved ones peace of mind and can point you towards resources that can help you become a safer driver.