Fitness-to-Drive Screening (FTDS) Webinar/Workshop: A Measure for At-Risk Older Drivers (2 CEUs)
June 24, 2013, UF Health Sciences Communicore Building
The workshop will teach caregivers, family members, and occupational therapy (OT) practitioners how they can use this online tool to identify potentially at-risk older drivers, who are part of the rapidly growing population of aging Baby Boomers. To ease the limitations of on-road testing, which is often expensive and not always accessible to the older population, and to better involve the public in identifying at-risk drivers, a team of researchers, led by Dr. Sherrilene Classen at the UF Institute for Mobility, Activity and Participation (I-MAP), has developed and tested the Fitness-to Drive Screening Measure (FTDS; formerly known as the Safe Driving Behavior Measure). A total of 2 CEUs will be earned for participating.
Register for the Webinar/Workshop by June 6th : http://www.t2events.ce.ufl.edu/assnfe/ev.asp?ID=2408
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