On August 2, 2016, On Point radio's Sascha Pfeiffer hosted an excellent 45-minute program entitled "Designing Communities For An Aging America." ...continue reading "On Point Radio program on Age-Friendly Urban Design"
We received a message recently from a senior who had been using the Uber smartphone app to hail rides around town. ...continue reading "Contacting customer service at Uber"
TRIPPS is helping to offer two reduced-fare Charlie Card events at local senior centers in November 2016. ...continue reading "Senior Charlie Card events at the Senior Center"
Are you worried that giving up your driver's license will leave you without legal identification? Fear not!
Seniors who do not have a Massachusetts driver's license can get a Massachusetts ID card from the Registry of Motor Vehicles. Massachusetts ID cards look similar to driver's licenses; however, they do not extend any driving privileges. This ID card is an official form of identity, signature, and age that is accepted anywhere that a driver's license is accepted as identification. You can use this ID to cash checks, collect mail at the post office, travel on airplanes, and everything else, the same as if you had a driver's license. ...continue reading "Massachusetts RMV identification cards"