My name is Tyson Dever, and I have been working with YTS for several years as a speaker. In 2005, I was involved in a car crash with a distracted driver, that left me paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair for the remainder of my life. In this series I share details of my story, as well as risk factors associated with distracted driving. Teachers and students we invite you to join in on this series, and be sure to leave us some feedback and/or any ideas you may want to see covered. As always, we challenge you to #BeTheChange!
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|Intro and Tyson’s Story
||How Tyson stays motivated
|Adapting to life from a wheelchair and avoiding impairments behind the wheel||Favorite things and bike safety with special guest, niece Harper|
|Tyson’s life as a speaker, fav fishing spot, and distracted driving misconceptions||Water safety and keeping safe during the 100 Deadliest Days of Summer|
|Reacting to Change:
“Count your blessings, not your challenges.”
|Tyson is back for Motivational Monday!|
|Back to School Safety||Rear End Collisions|
|Rail Road Safety||Night Time and Drowsy Driving|
|Traffic Safety in Work & Construction Zones||Driving in the Fog|
|Single-Car Crashes||Leadership in Traffic Safety|
|Car Maintenance & Traffic Safety||Big Rig Traffic Safety #RespectTheRig|
|Back-Up Collisions||Driving in the Snow and Ice|