Parents play a key role in helping teens develop the critical skills and behaviors to become safe drivers. Join The National Safety Council for a Webinar where you will hear about two different resources available to, first, help parents more effectively supervise their teens' practice driving during the learner phase of Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) and, second, provide support and monitoring when their teens have their intermediate license.
"Proven and Promising Programs to Reach Parents"
Live 60-minute Webinar Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 1 pm CST (2 pm EST)
- TeenDrivingPlan: Supporting Parents of Learner Teens -- Jessica Mirman, PhD, a behavioral scientist and researcher on CHOP's Teen Driver Safety Research team, will share her recent research on the effectiveness of TeenDrivingPlan, a prototype interactive web-based application to help parents more effectively supervise driving practice. She will also walk attendees through the currently available and free TeenDrivingPlan Parent Guide, an interactive resource that provides information and tools from TeenDrivingPlan.
- DriveitHOME: Supporting Parents of Newly Licensed Teens -- Kathy Bernstein, senior manager of Teen Driving Initiatives for the National Safety Council, will talk about DriveitHome-- a new resource from the National Safety Council designed to support parents of newly licensed teens.
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