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Health Care Providers and Older Adult Service Organizations to Assist in the Prevention and Early Recognition of Florida’s At-Risk Drivers : [Summary]
  • Published Date:
    2015-04-01
  • Language:
    English
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    BDY17
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    Florida is well known for retirement and winter homes. Currently, over 18% of Floridians are 65 or over, but by 2030, this is expected to be over 27%. To meet the transportation challenges of an aging population, State Traffic Engineering and Operations Office of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), in partnership with Florida State University’s Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy, created the Safe Mobility for Life Coalition (SMFLC). The mission of the SMFLC is to improve the safety, access, and mobility of Florida’s aging road users by implementing a broad Aging Road User Strategic Safety Plan (ARUSSP) to reduce their crash rate. To effectively meet the goal of its Prevention and Early Recognition Emphasis Area, one of ten emphasis areas within the ARUSSP, the SMFLC needed to establish a baseline and assess the current situation and level of knowledge among the health care community and other adult service organizations.

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