One thing that has not changed is our vision for the future. At Keeping Us Safe (http://www.keepingussafe.org), we are very clear about where we are going and what we plan to accomplish. Much thought, planning and effort are dedicated to helping us achieve our mission:
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Organizational change and success go hand-in-hand. Change is needed to stay ahead of developing trends and new technologies. For an organization to find itself on the leading edge of best practices for any given discipline, the ability to change and adapt quickly and appropriately is paramount. At Keeping Us Safe, our change, past, present and future will bring us closer to the attainment of our Mission Statement, and will help ensure that we are providing the absolute best products and services to those we serve.
Our success is not measured by revenues earned. Our success is measured by the number of families we serve. It is measured by the number of older driver’s lives we touch in a positive way, and most importantly, it is measured by the potential number of lives saved.
The individuals that are helping us achieve this lofty goal are our Certified “Beyond Driving with Dignity” Professionals. Deployed throughout the United States and Canada, these professionals are the key to Keeping Us Safe’s success. They are, on a daily basis, touching the lives of older drivers and their families in a very positive way. Our “Beyond Driving with Dignity” Professionals are trained to help older drivers with significantly diminished driving skills make a smooth transition from the driver’s seat to the passenger seat. The venue used in this challenging transition is our “Self-Assessment Program” for older drivers.
Our “Beyond Driving with Dignity” Professionals come from all walks of life and professional backgrounds. From business owners (both large and small) to therapists, nurses, retirees, police officers, counselors, authors and professional speakers, social workers, geriatric care managers, health care administrators, safety specialists, marketing professionals, activity coordinators, physical therapists, educators, senior move managers, technology experts and Certified Senior Advisors.
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Their eagerness and dedication to helping families in need, combined with their individual personal attributes are why Keeping Us Safe has so much reason to celebrate its fourth birthday.
“ To the world you might be one person. To one person…you might be the world” (author unknown)