Merseyside Road Safety Partnership are offering FREE online workshops for senior road users aged 60 and over. The workshops are designed to support senior road users to keep them safe as drivers, riders, pedestrians and public transport users.
As we get older our reflexes can start to slow and we may get aches and pains that we never had before. We may be more susceptible to falling or have less energy to get out and about. The ageing process is different for each individual, with some 70 year olds feeling fitter and more active compared to someone in their 60s.
The workshops - split into three online sessions called Seeing, Doing, and Thinking - focus on raising awareness of road safety issues for the over 60 age group who are becoming increasingly over-represented in casualty statistics as drivers, riders, passengers and pedestrians.
Sessions will take place on 16, 23 and 30 September at 10am and will be delivered by our friendly road safety team and explore how age may affect our vision, our reactions and our physical abilities.
How to book a workshop
If you have any questions or would like to book a workshop, email us at: email@example.com. Once your booking is confirmed we’ll send you a link via email for the first workshop session, which will be delivered using Zoom.
Workshops can be delivered to community groups or individuals who will join a group session.
What you’ll need to take part
- Time: please allow up to 90 minutes for each session on 16, 23 and 30 September
- An email address
- Access to a device (Computer/Laptop/Tablet, etc) with internet access.
- One of our Safer for Longer workbooks (which we post out to you before the first session).
- Access to Zoom. Support for accessing Zoom is available - please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org