If you would like to reserve any of the following for an upcoming event in your community, contact Lori Sanburn.
A simple shape and color matching game that helps demonstrate in a fun and engaging way the impact of distractions on our reaction time and judgment and extends the lesson to the impact of distracted driving. Distractions cause a “tunnel vision” effect that pulls our focus away from the critical tasks of driving a motor vehicle. Playing the game is simple; participants match shapes, but not colors as they race against the clock. Use Distract-A-Match® with the Fatal Reaction® Distraction Simulation unit to show the dramatic impact of distraction on our ability to play the game. Participants typically experience difficulties in speaking, thinking clearly and performing the given task. Distract-A-Match® is a fun and engaging complement to Fatal Reaction® and Fatal Vision® Impairment Simulation Goggles.
Fatal Vision® Goggles
The Fatal Vision® goggles simulate what it is like to see through the eyes of a person that is drunk. Schools, law enforcement, and community groups use the goggles to educate individuals on the negative effects of alcohol.
The goggles are available on loan with each kit containing:
- 2 pairs of clear goggles
- Yellow and black striped tape (to be put on the floor for activities)
- Cleaning cloth
- Instructors guide with reproducible handouts
- Carrying case
- NHTSA Material Ordering System - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) material ordering system contains information targeted toward various age groups and audiences seeking traffic safety information to include: reports, flyers, posters, brochures, videos, CD's, etc. Items are free of charge and in many cases available to download publications for printing.
- Safe Kids