Class to make IMPACT on teen drivers
The Batson Child Safety and Community Outreach Program will host a Drivers IMPACT class for teenage children of Medical Center faculty and students to help them become aware of the reality of dangerous driving.
The one-day class 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 class is scheduled for Saturday, April 27. Space is limited.
For more information, call Elizabeth Foster at 5-6921.