Stan Zimmerman, PelicanPressOnline.com
Archive for January, 2009
SARASOTA – As much as seniors love their cars, Katherine Freund believes they love freedom more.
Joe Treen, AARP The Magazine.
Ten Who Inspire: These go-getters are putting their passion into action to make the world a better place.
ABC 7, mycoast.com
It’s one of the most dreaded moments for a senior – when they have to give up their car keys because it’s no longer safe for them to drive.
Sponsored by the Jewish Family & Children’s Services and funded with a $125,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, the local ITN chapter plans to start offering rides March 1 within a five-mile radius of Sarasota Memorial Hospital.
ITNGreaterLA Is Looking for a Few Good Drivers and Riders.
It almost didn’t get off the ground as planned in 2008, but ITNBluegrass, a transportation service for seniors and sight-impaired people, is up and running and looking to expand beyond Fayette County, according to its executive director.
Joseph Shapiro, Car Service Helps Older Adults Stay Independent