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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

LOOK WHO’S DRIVING! – Representative Diane St. Onge

July 7, 2015 - ITNGreaterCincinnati PO Box 621006 Cincinnati OH 45262 Kathy Nafus, Member Services Representative 859-441-8111 LOOK WHO’S DRIVING! – Representative Diane St. Onge FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Erlanger - State Representative, Read More »

Sixty-day storytelling road trip personifies transportation situation of aging and visually impaired Americans

June 10, 2015 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 9, 2015 CONTACT: Lisa Wolff, Marketing and Communications Manager 207-591-6942 | lisa.wolff@itnamerica.org Sixty-day storytelling road trip personifies transportation situation of aging and visually Read More »

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 »

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ITN in the Press

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 »

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 »

Savvy Senior: How to choose the best place to retire

July 23, 2015 - Dear Savvy Senior, My wife and I will both be retiring in a year or two and are interested in moving to a smaller house in a better climate but could use some help. What resources can you recommend for locating and researching Read More »

Savvy Senior: How to choose the best place to retire

July 22, 2015 - QUESTION: My wife and I will both be retiring in a year or two and are interested in moving to a smaller house in a better climate. What resources can you recommend for locating and researching good places to retire in the U.S.? Read More »

Orlando Sentinel: Lack of transportation has serious consequences for older adults

July 21, 2015 - Ruth Combs stood on the sidewalk in front of her Orlando home in a pastel belted dress, stud earrings and rimless glasses, awaiting her ride on a recent afternoon. When the cherry-red Toyota Camry pulled up, she got in with ease Read More »

The Californian: Business News – Cuda joins ITNMontereyCounty

July 20, 2015 - Aimee Cuda has joined Independent Transportation Network Monterey County as its Executive Director. Cuda has more than 12 years experience in fund raising and related fields, including her work at Voices for Children – CASA, Read More »

The River City News: St. Onge Volunteers as Driver, Encourages Others to Help

July 14, 2015 - State Representative Diane St. Onge recently drove as a volunteer for ITNGreaterCincinnati (ITNGC), taking Erlanger resident Jean Bryson to a medical appointment. St. Onge, an attorney and Republican from Lakeside Park, has lived Read More »

Road Warrior: A transportation godsend for seniors and the blind

July 2, 2015 - Although legally blind since her early 20s, 57-year-old Johanna Baccan now has a realistic opportunity to return to school to get her real-estate license. “For the first time, I won’t have to rely on friends, family or Read More »

West Hartford News: Job bank, network celebrate anniversaries

June 25, 2015 - West Hartford >> Two non-profit associations share an office in the West Hartford Town Hall: the Seniors Job Bank & Independent Transportation Network. Both of these associations have the same goal of helping and Read More »

SFGate: ITNAmerica celebrating its 20th anniversary

June 19, 2015 - PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A program founded in Maine that allows seniors to trade in their vehicles in exchange for rides is celebrating its 20th anniversary this week. The concept of trading in cars for rides is aimed at getting Read More »

WMTW 8: Transportation organization celebrates 20 years

June 17, 2015 - ITN provides rides for people who cannot drive PORTLAND, Maine – A group celebrated two decades of providing transportation to the visually impaired and aging drivers. The organization ITNAmerica launched a 60-day national Read More »

Kentucky.com: Business awards – Week of June 8

June 16, 2015 - Twenty percent of i know expo sponsorship dollars from the 2015 i know expo went into the Blue Grass Community Foundation i know expo foundation. From it, awards were made to two local nonprofits. The total collected this year was Read More »