Get information about transportation and mobility.

Pedestrian Safety – Safety tips for walkers

Transportation Resources – Information about Driver Safety Programs

Staying behind the wheel – Measures for Staying behind the wheel

Florida’s Silver Alert Plan – A Safety net for some of our most vulnerable seniors

Silver Alert – Senior Transportation Resources – Transportation resources for elder drivers.

Silver Alert – Suggestions for Caregivers

Senior Road Safety – how to be an independent driver as long as possible, how to approach a conversation with someone you think should stop driving, how to get around without a car, and general driver tips.

Elderly Drivers Checklist – lists warning signs (behavioral and medical) so you can use this to assess whether or not you should have that “talk” with your loved one about giving up the keys, and it has some tips too.

State “Find-A-Ride” Service – The Florida Department of Transportation and the University of Florida have teamed up to create a new website that helps homebound elders find rides within their communities.

 

Transportation Services:

Access Lynx- https://www.golynx.com/plan-trip/riding-lynx/access-lynx/

Seniors Intervention Group (only for people in Seminole County)- https://seniorsinterventiongroup.org/

Jewish Family Services Ride Program (for Orange and Seminole County only)-https://www.jfsorlando.org/ride-program

Volunteers in Motion (Brevard County only)-https://321transit.com/forms/volunteers-in-motion-information-application/

National Kidney Foundation of Florida (For Kidney Disease/Dialysis Related Transportation Only)-https://kidneyfl.org/direct-aid/

American Cancer Association (For Cancer treatment related rides only)-https://www.cancer.org/treatment/support-programs-and-services/patient-transportation.html

Statewide Find a Ride Program-https://www.findarideflorida.org/

Florida Commision for the Transportation Disadvantaged- https://ctd.fdot.gov/contactus.htm

https://gogograndparent.com/

 

For additional resources in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, or Brevard Counties please call 407-514-1800.