Did you know that seniors make up a larger share of Canada’s population than children? And that the fastest-growing demographic since 2011 is actually centenarians? In fact, by 2031, Statistics Canada predicts that nearly one in four Canadians will be over 65!
Fortunately, old age no longer means the end of personal mobility. In Alberta, there are a number of services that offer safe driving alternatives for seniors. You can locate them by heading here.
AMA also offers programs and services to support the senior driving community. Find out more about AMA Driver Education’s Mature Drivers program, take a Brush-Up Driver Education lesson or try out our Senior Driver In-Vehicle Evaluation. AMA Members save $50.
For more information about aging driver issues, visit SeniorsDriving.caa.ca