Classes to make IMPACT on teen drivers
The Batson Child Safety and Community Outreach Program will host Drivers IMPACT classes for teenage children of Medical Center faculty and students to help them become aware of the reality of dangerous driving.
The one-day classes will include a defensive driving course, a first-responder and trauma patient reenactment and a tour. Participants will have a discussion with a motor vehicle crash survivor about rehabilitation and daily limitations.
The cost is $100 per student. The classes are scheduled for Thursday, March 14 and Saturday, April 27. Space is limited.
For more information, call Elizabeth Foster at 5-6921.