WDYCL Program Documents
What Do You Consider Lethal? Lead the Leaders Training
Indiana SADD is partnering with Impact Teen Drivers to combat distracted driving by offering the What Do You Consider Lethal? Lead the Leaders Training to your school.
Upon request and availability, an Indiana SADD facilitator will travel to your school to provide a two-hour training to SADD members and/or other student leaders, You'll learn how to execute the evidence-based What Do You Consider Lethal? program in your community.
Participants will learn about distracted driving, Indiana's Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) law, Impact Teen Driver educational materials, and practice presenting sections of the What Do You Consider Lethal? program.
When the training is over, the work begins! How will you use the Impact Teen Drivers curriculum to educate underclassmen, your peers or adults?
Complete your What Do You Consider Lethal? training request today!
INDIANA SADD PROGRAMS
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Center for Injury Research & Prevention
Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles
Governor's Highway Safety Association
Share the Key - Resource Links
Share the Keys
Help make your community safer for teen drivers by educating, engaging and empowering parents and teens by hosting a Share the Keys orientation!
Share the Keys in an interactive orientation for parents and teens created through a partnership between the New Jersey Highway Safety Office and Kean University.
It is designed to reduce teen driver crash risk by increasing parental involvement. Parents and teens who attend a Share the Keys orientation learn important teen traffic safety data, the GDL law, parenting styles and practical tips for parents to actively engage in their child’s driving experience.
Over the last five years, nearly five hundred education and Law Enforcement professionals have been trained and continue to bring Share the Keys to thousands of parents and their young drivers in the State of New Jersey.
Share the Keys is presented by trained facilitators in community based settings (schools, libraries, etc.). It may be linked to parking permit requirements, classroom driver education orientations and back-to-school nights.
The orientation is designed for parents and their teens in the pre-permit/permit stage of licensure and includes a resource guide full of materials that support parental involvement and safe driving behaviors.
Equipment Request Forms
Indiana SADD is here to assist in any way possible!
If you have questions about prevention ideas or plans you are making, contact us. We may be able to help!
Call or email today with questions or ideas of how we can help you!
Allows students to experience first-hand a simulation of the dangers and consequences of distracted driving.
NOTE: Only available for use by high school students or adults with driver permits or licenses.
Fatal Vision® Goggles simulate the visual consequences of alcohol consumption as students experience with a sober mind impaired balance, vision, reaction time, and judgment.
Fatal Vision Goggles DO NOT replicate mental impairment. This distinction must be emphasized in any presentation or program.
Request the following equipment for use with your traffic safety activities and other educational programs.
INDIANA SADD EQUIPMENT
Fatal Vision Goggles
VT Touch Distracted Driving Simulator
INDIANA SADD CONFERENCES & EVENTS
SADD National Conference
SADD National held its annual conference June 25-28, 2017. The conference offered thought-provoking speakers, workshops, and much more.
Students and advisors had the opportunity to network with other SADD members from 25-35 different states, make new friends and have fun!
For more information, visit www.sadd.org.
Indiana SADD Celebration
The 16th annual SADD Celebration
was held Friday, May 12, 2017
at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds Noblesville.
Indiana SADD "Meet in the Middle"
In 2009, two SADD advisors and friends joined with Indiana SADD to hold the first "Meet in the Middle" (MIM). The event held in southern Indiana encouraged all the chapters in the area to come learn, network, and get excited about SADD!
With the success of the event, Indiana SADD now holds an annual fall regional tour allowing chapters in the same part of the state to come together to learn from one another and from Indiana SADD.