"Beyond Driving with Dignity"
and Employee Assistance Programs
Offering "new help" to older drivers and their families!
Providing practical, real-life solutions
to older drivers and their families
...a natural partnership
Studies have repeatedly shown that if employee problems are left unaddressed, they will ultimately impact the organization's bottom line. Keeping Us Safe's self-assessment program for older drivers is an early intervention program, designed (in part) to relieve a valued employee's concerns surrounding an elderly parent's driving.
Having taken appropriate and effective action, employees will no longer obsessively dwell on the driving safety of mom or dad. Employees will be able to focus on organizational goals and job responsibilities and will not be distracted by concerns over a loved oneís safety. They will be effective in decision making and problem solving. Bringing a peaceful resolve to the senior's driving issue will surely bring the worried employee's concentration, focus and organizational skills back to the expected performance level.
Our internationally recognized "Self-Assessment Program" for older drivers was built on the premise that everyone wants to participate in decisions that affect them, and that very few of us will willingly accept the specific terms or even the spirit of decisions that have been dictated by someone else.
Our experience has shown us that older drivers with diminishing driving skills are no different!
This individualized program has been designed to serve as a valuable tool in helping older drivers (and their families) make appropriate decisions regarding the future of one's safe driving career.
If the individual is a safe driver, we provide him or her with strategies on how to remain a safe driver as they progress through the aging process. If a driving retirement is the appropriate decision, then we provide the individual (and their family) with acceptable alternatives, resources and a very specific plan to ensure a smooth and successful transition from the driver's seat to the passenger seat.
A little more about our program...
Our Certified "Beyond Driving with Dignity" Professional will facilitate the self-assessment program in the comfort of the individual's home. The program includes easy to administer, non-intrusive exercises meant to be performed right at the kitchen table.
Aging is a triumph, not a tragedy!
- Robert N. Butler, M. D.
Our self-assessment program for older drivers is conducted by any one of Keeping Us Safe's national army of Certified "Beyond Driving with Dignity" Professionals.
We can bring the Beyond Driving with Dignity program to your customer families either by utilizing the services of our already trained and certified BDD Professionals, or by training any number of your direct-service providers in the program.
Offering Keeping Us Safe's self-assessment program for older drivers to your client families is sure to improve employee productivity, efficiency and morale. Having access to the program will arm managers with yet another tool in dealing with difficult, complex and sensitive employee issues.
"...the crash killed an elderly couple in the vehicle. The man was 92 yoa and the female passenger was his 88 year old wife. Washington State Patrol troopers said authorities arrived on the scene and found the victims holding hands."
December 6, 2013
"Elderly man runs over, drags and kills woman at Costco gas station."
January 4, 2014
"Man, 77, crashes car into Maryland Samís Club; bystander needs amputation."
"Two 6-year-olds pinned by elderly driver".
A 90-year-old man driving in the 600 block of Santa Cruz Avenue veered onto a curb, pinning two young children against a wall at the Walgreens.
The Huffington Post
New York, New York
July 23, 2013
San Francisco, California
October 17, 2013
Imagine how many employees lost work time as a result of these preventable tragedies...
"I am so scared that my mom is going to cause an accident.
I can't even concentrate anymore."