Vicki Spraul, B.A.
St. Louis, Missouri

Keeping Us Safe is proud to announce that Vicki Spraul, B.A., is the recipient of the 2016 "Bill and Betty Fresch Outstanding Achievement Award".    

A St. Louis resident, Vicki Spraul received her original certi...

In an essay that recently appeared on the Huffington Post blog, the writer described the challenge he faced when trying to convince his 83-year-old father, afflicted with mild dementia and now a widower, to retire from driving.  The adult child describes how several mo...

Tragedy in Denver

On July 13, 2016, on a city street in southeast Denver, 81-year-old Patricia Livingston drove her Audi A4 into two boys out for an afternoon ride on their bicycles, killing 14-year-old Cole Sukle and severely injuring his 13-year-old friend, Jack Mahon...


Drowsy driving can diminish a driver’s alertness, attention, reaction time, judgment and decision-making, which is sure to lead to a greater chance of an automobile crash. At its extreme, drowsy driving can even lead to the often fatal error of falling asle...

Keeping Us Safe is pleased to announce the development of a national partnership with GoGoGrandparent that will help older drivers that may be experiencing a diminishment in driving skills remain safe and independent at the same time. 

Keeping Us Safe, headqua...

From Aberdeen to Exeter, from London to Dublin, GrandCare is globally expanding all across the United Kingdom. GrandCare’s UK partner, ATEL, is a pioneer in universal design and smart living with a full range of solutions for people with learning disabilities, physical...

 We’ve all done it; gotten ourselves lost while traveling to an unfamiliar area, or even losing our car in a crowded parking lot.  Some of us (myself included) have even gotten lost while using a GPS.  One has to wonder, how is that even possible?  But for an older dri...

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