Distracted Driving Programs
Staying at the forefront of interactive education and innovative technology
At the PEERS Foundation, we inspire young people to lead healthy and successful lives through our innovative and interactive learning programs. Our award-winning programs cover a multitude of areas including driving safety, health and wellness education, and career development.
Losing someone to distracted driving is near and dear to our hearts. We want to help create a shift in the attitudes of young drivers and inspire them to make the right choices.
Distracted driving is the number one cause of fatalities in ages 16 to 29.
The National Safety Council has reported that cell phone use while driving leads to a staggering 1.6 million vehicle crashes each year.
Numbers like these are exactly why the PEERS Foundation has set out to teach young people about the dangers of distracted driving.
Using the country’s first and only augmented reality distracted driving education simulator (ARDDES), we’ve been able to provide young people with a hands-on, realistic experience of distracted driving.
Distracted driving is the number one cause of fatalities in ages 16 to 29. Smart devices and activities like texting while driving have caused driver fatalities to rise at unprecedented levels.
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Michael and Scott Seymore formed the PEERS Foundation to help bring educational programs to young people throughout the United States. With years of experience in event design and construction, booking, management and execution, he has spearheaded the success of the PEERS Foundation.
We give students the tools needed to make the right decisions when it comes to critical impasses, such as drug and alcohol use, tobacco education and prevention, and cyberbullying. Through our interactive programs, we see young people develop a sense of camaraderie as they are inspired to build healthy and successful lives.
When you partner with the PEERS Foundation, we’ll be able to bring our programs to schools across the nation to raise awareness and inspire change.
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Our students had very positive feedback regarding your team’s efforts. It was extremely rewarding to all.
I just want to thank you so much for having the driving simulator come to Seymour High School this week. The students learned a lot from this experience. The feedback was more than positive!
I was so impressed. What you do will save the lives of many young people.
I just wanted to share how much fun our students had with the texting and driving simulator event. The presenters were knowledgeable, engaging and very talented in their presentation to the students.
Thank you for visiting our school and helping to educate our students about distracted driving.
Thank you for the wonderful job Mike and his team did. The students really enjoyed the presentation. I heard many positive comments and they seemed very engaged. I also appreciate the fact that your team did a great job being on time and setting up.
This was a win, win for all parties. The staff of PEERS Foundation had a great rapport with our students. The texting and driving experience is a must for all new drivers.
Thank you so much for coming to our school. This distracted driving program was a big hit and we heard the students talking about it long into the week. Thank you!
We received overwhelmingly positive feedback from both our students and teachers about both the presentation and the experience with your team. Our kid shad a great time, all while being educated.
Our students and staff loved this event. It was very informative and students loved the simulation. Students talked about about how meaningful the message was and saw the damage that can occur through distracted driving.