This webinar session provides strategies you can use to enhance volunteer engagement. Highlights include expanding volunteer opportunities within your organization, evolving your volunteer program, and creating connections with and among volunteers.
This series of webinars that focused on Risk, Liability & Insurance. The webinars review common risks arising out of volunteer driver programs , how to address those risks in a practical way, through risk identification, volunteer selection, training, supervision and accountability, and review structuring your insurance program to protect both the organization and its volunteer […]
During this webinar, experienced and successful grant writers with the Jewish Council for the Aging in Rockville, MD highlight their best practices in applying for grants and responding to RFPs. This session also includes information on JCA’s travel training program for senior employment access.
This publication provides an overview of the types of transportation services for older adults and lists key questions older adults should ask transportation providers to determine the best option to meet individual needs.
This podcast highlights the importance of transportation for American Indian elders and identifies innovative approaches and resources for improving transportation services on reservations and other Indian lands in the United States.
This toolkit was developed to assist service providers identify and evaluate the true cost of providing transportation services.
This tip sheet is designed for both caregivers who drive older family members in their own vehicles, as well as the older adults who are their passengers. The document explores some of the common concerns regularly experienced by older adults and caregivers when providing and accepting rides.
This podcast features the experience of Ridelink, a transportation system for seniors in Kent County, MI. This program illustrates collaboration between Aging and Transit that uses person-centered mobility management as a tool to assist older adults identify the right mobility option to meet their needs.
This publication provides information and suggestions on transportation issues for seniors as it relates to dementia and when to stop driving. Community planners and local governments can utilize the information to determine how to evaluate the readiness of drivers as they age, and family, friends and caregivers can use the information to support an older […]
This six-page document speaks directly to the older driver. The document provides suggestions on self-assessments and how to recognize changes in driving ability, adjustments to make you more comfortable behind the wheel, and resources and professionals that can provide additional support to ensure continued safety and active mobility in the years ahead.