ITNAmerica is dedicated to supporting sustainable, community based transportation for seniors and visually impaired people. With ITN affiliates in 14 communities in 12 states from Maine to Florida to California, we are a national organization, the hub of a network giving rides across the country. But ITNAmerica doesn’t just have a network of ITN affiliates. Read more about Trusted Partners in Transportation[…]
So what else can you do with transportation credits? Transportation credits are the heart of all ITNs, the grease that keeps the ITN machine moving. A few weeks ago we shared a blog posts explaining how transportation credits work, how to earn them and how they can be saved in personal transportation accounts for future Read more about Connecting Families Over Time and Distance[…]
The world is full capital. Some of it, like financial capital, lives on Wall Street. Another kind, political capital, finds home in Washington D.C. A third version, environmental capital, is stored in forests, oceans and mineral reserves the world over. These are what people typically think of when they think of capital, but here at Read more about Social Capital: Making ends meet[…]
Want to understand what ITNs do? Only got a few minutes? Watch this video from ITNLanier, our affiliate in Hall County, Georgia: ITNs make a difference for older people and visually impaired. Become part of the network. Find your local affiliate.
ITNAmerica is dedicated to senior transport, but with 14 affiliates in 12 states and a range of services it can be confusing to understand the cost structure. For most people the basic question is: What does a ride cost? If I want to get from my home to the grocery store, to the post office, Read more about What does a ride with ITN cost?[…]
Dr. Gwen Bergen’s personal experiences are what led to her interest in public health. She grew up whitewater kayaking and canoeing and had some friends who were hurt and another who drowned as a result of these activities. What she realized, consequently, is that many fatal and nonfatal injuries are preventable. She earned her master’s Read more about Dr. Gwen Bergen of the CDC on how older adults can remain mobile and be safer drivers[…]