This research project looks at one strategy to address the safety of older drivers, vehicular modifications. Specifically, a video demonstrating low-tech, low-cost features that may alleviate some driving challenges was produced to determine whether viewing the video would increase awareness of and motivation to use those features. Prochaska and DiClemente’s Transtheoretical Model of intentional behavioral change provides the theoretical framework for this study. This model posits five stages of change, a continuum over which the individual becomes more receptive to taking action.
Van Ranst, Elizabeth; Silverstein, Nina M.; and Gottlieb, Alison S., "Promoting Safe Mobility Among Elders by Increasing Awareness of Vehicle Modifications (EXECUTIVE SUMMARY)" (2005). Gerontology Institute Publications. 30.