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Dr Nancy, RN – Video interviews with EndDD founders – “Creating the Casey Anderson Feldman Foundation to Raise Awareness About the Dangers of Distracted Driving”

Dianne Anderson and Joel Feldman, founders of the Casey Feldman Foundation and EndDD, were interviewed in two separate 1/2 hour shows by Nancy Valentine, PhD RN, on the Dr. Nancy RN, Healthy World, Healthy Nation, Healthy You TV show. Click on the link below to go to the website and watch the video segment on


Distracted Driving Awareness Month guest contributor Joel Feldman: Celebrating my daughter’s 25th birthday

“This past weekend, on April 6, we celebrated my daughter Casey’s 25th birthday. But Casey wasn’t there. She was killed in 2009 by a distracted driver, a 58-year-old man behind the wheel of a van. He took his eyes off the road for just a few seconds. Pink was Casey’s favorite color, so we released pink balloons in her memory….” Read the post of Casey’s father, Joel Feldman, founder of on the U.S. DOT site.


Casey’s Friend, Brooke Burdge, Shares Her Story with Local NJ Teens in Distracted Driving Presentation

… I went on to Fordham University, where I made a great friend named Casey. This is the moment where I showed the students a slide with photos of Casey and myself throughout our time together, as well as two Facebook wall posts from Casey. In this moment, the audience realized my direct connection to this cause and the root of my passion for this issue.


PA Kicks Off Statewide EndDD Effort at Church Farm School

While Joel Feldman and other volunteers have given dozens of distracted driving presentations at PA high schools over the past year, the Pennsylvania Association of Justice (PAJ) declared their decision to come on board at Joel’s presentation on Feb. 15, 2013 at The Church Farm School in Exton.


During April’s Distracted Driving Awareness Month More than 50,000 students will participate in presentations offered through the Casey Feldman Foundation and

The Casey Feldman Foundation was established to promote traffic safety awareness, among other causes, and to remember Casey Feldman, who was killed by a distracted driver in July 2009. Casey’s Foundation and have coordinated judges and lawyers to give presentations to high school students across  North America.