Who benefits from a driving evaluation?

Stroke Parkinson’s Disease Multiple Sclerosis Traumatic Brain Injury
Dementia Alzheimer’s Amputations Spinal Cord Injury
Recently discharged from home health services Peripheral neuropathy Concussion Arthritis
Visual Impairments Visual field cuts Macular Degeneration Blindess in one eye
Autism Learning Disabilities Cerebral Palsy ADHD

What to expect from a driving evaluation

  • I travel to the client’s home, meet with the client and their support system. I perform an interview, testing of vision/reaction time/cognitive processing/physical abilities.
  • Then I take people out in my vehicle, which is equipped with an instructor’s brake. The client drives to the places they commonly drive for about 45 minutes to and hour.
  • After we return home, we go over my evaluation and recommendations. The goal is to drive safely as long as possible.
  • If adaptive equipment is needed to drive, the client will be testing this out during the evaluation. Most people need more training and practice prior to installing it in their vehicles.

I have helped hundreds of people return to driving.  I look forward to working with you!