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Forbes: How The Story Of One 3-Year-Old Boy Started A Senior Mobility Movement

February 23, 2015 - When my son was 3 years old, he was run over by an 84-year-old driver who said he thought he hit a dog. That was 27 years ago, and even though Ryan survived a traumatic brain injury, for years, I refused to talk about it. But Read More »

Huffington Post: Here’s How To Get Dangerous Older Drivers Off The Road

March 12, 2015 - More than 25 years ago, Katherine Freund’s life changed course in the blink of an eye. An 84-year-old driver struck and seriously injured her toddler son; the driver kept going and later said he mistook the little boy for a Read More »

AARP Livable Communities: 5 Questions for Katherine Freund

March 18, 2015 - On average, men in the United States outlive their ability to drive by seven years. Women, who generally live longer than men, survive an additional decade beyond their driving years. Since the majority of communities nationwide Read More »

ITN Press Releases

5 facts about older drivers

May 8, 2015 - For Immediate Release Contact:  Lisa Wolff, Marketing & Communications Manager lisa.wolff@itnamerica.org 207-591-6942 5 facts about older drivers If these facts resonate with you, ITN America wants to hear and share your Read More »

Are you one of 3 million Americans who miss or delay medical or eye doctor appointments because you don’t have a ride?

May 8, 2015 - For Immediate Release Contact: Lisa Wolff, Marketing & Communications Manager lisa.wolff@itnamerica.org 207-591-6942 Are you one of 3 million Americans who miss or delay medical or eye doctor appointments because you don’ Read More »

Minnesotan transportation expert Tom Sorel joins national ITNAmerica board

April 16, 2015 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Lisa Wolff Marketing and Communications Manager, ITNAmerica 207-591-6942 | lisa.wolff@itnamerica.org Tom’s knowledge and accomplishments in the transportation industry will be a great addition Read More »

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AARP Livable Communities: 5 Questions for Katherine Freund

March 18, 2015 - On average, men in the United States outlive their ability to drive by seven years. Women, who generally live longer than men, survive an additional decade beyond their driving years. Since the majority of communities nationwide Read More »

Forbes: How The Story Of One 3-Year-Old Boy Started A Senior Mobility Movement

February 23, 2015 - When my son was 3 years old, he was run over by an 84-year-old driver who said he thought he hit a dog. That was 27 years ago, and even though Ryan survived a traumatic brain injury, for years, I refused to talk about it. But Read More »

Huffington Post: Here’s How To Get Dangerous Older Drivers Off The Road

March 12, 2015 - More than 25 years ago, Katherine Freund’s life changed course in the blink of an eye. An 84-year-old driver struck and seriously injured her toddler son; the driver kept going and later said he mistook the little boy for a Read More »

Nashville Public Television: Aging Matters – Aging in Place

May 29, 2015 - The fifth installment in Nashville Public Television’s NPT Reports: Aging Matters series examines what it takes for Tennesseans to successfully age in place. It’s what most of us say we want, to age in our own home until the Read More »

Tucson News Now: Drivers needed to assist older residents who can’t drive themselves

May 22, 2015 - Kathy Wilson of ITNGreaterTucson featured on Tucson News Now! Watch the video online here Read More »

NewsOK: Nonprofit helps seniors give up their keys, not their mobility

May 19, 2015 - A national nonprofit aims to provide safe and affordable transportation for older adults in the Oklahoma City area come fall. Independent Transportation Network (ITN) of Central Oklahoma, an affiliate of Maine-based ITN-America, Read More »

NewsOK: New car service coming for seniors and visually impaired

May 1, 2015 - A new service is coming to Oklahoma City, it’s a rider sharing model for seniors and the visually impaired called Independent Transportation Network of Central Oklahoma. Katherine Freund, founder and CEO of ITNAmerica, and Read More »

WESH Orlando: Organization offers rides to people who can no longer drive

April 10, 2015 - Watch the story online here Read More »

Moultrie News: Independent Transportation Network (ITN)CharlestonTrident 50,000th Ride Celebration

April 7, 2015 - ITNCharlestonTrident will celebrate providing its 50,000th ride since its First Ride on November 15, 2006 with rides provided by area elected officials. Charleston Council Chair Elliott Summey and City of North Charleston Mayor Read More »

AgingCare.com: An Affordable Alternative for Older Adults Who Can’t Drive

April 1, 2015 - When three-year-old Ryan Walsh was hit by an 84-year-old driver, his mother, Katherine, did something that most people would find difficult (if not impossible) to do. “I put myself in the shoes of the older gentleman who was Read More »

The News Record: Class connects students with Cincinnati’s aging population

April 1, 2015 - Through a new course offered by the Center of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, University of Cincinnati students are serving the community and connecting with a demographic they may not usually think about: the elderly. The Read More »

Saint Therese Foundation: Driving Independence

March 31, 2015 - Saint Therese recently became a member of the Independent Transportation Network or iTN Twin Cities. iTN is a transportation alternative for older adults who can no longer drive. iTN provides rides in personal vehicles 24-hours a Read More »