Driving Aides Development Corporation (DADC) offers this listing of distributors. This listing is provided as an aid to help you find distributors and installers qualified to install their hand control system, but does not imply any association with DADC. As such this site offers a comprehensive listing by state many companies that offer driving rehabilitation. Driving Aids Development Corporation has invested years of research and development to create the patented DADC "500" hand control system. This type of hand control is available only from DADC, and its unique design is among the most advanced in adaptive driving technology today.
Great big guide to disability driving resources This is a list of resources on disability driving. Find driving basics, tests, safety plus driving tips for specific disabilities, including Amputation, Aphasia, Autism, Dyslexia, Parkinson's, MS, MD, Physical Disabilities, Traumatic Brain Injury and many more.
Autism and Driving: Everything You Need to Know updated May 20, 2018 by Educated Driver. This guide will explore driving with autism and serve as a resource for individuals with ASD and parents of autistic teens. Some autistic drivers have no difficulty with life behind the wheel, while for others driving can be a huge challenge. the safety of driving with autism is highly dependent on the individual’s symptoms and overall level of functioning. This article lists some of the symptoms that may create challenges for the person with autism. Before an autistic teen applies for a driving permit, it’s wise to make an appointment with the teen’s family doctor to discuss concerns relevant to driving, such as attention issues. Families may also wish to work with an occupational therapist with a driving focus, or a driving instructor experienced in working with special needs individuals. The guide contains useful information on the following:
Driving to Independence- Tempe, Arizona offers a comprehensive driver evaluation and training program. Within this program, an Occupational Therapist/Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist works closely with physicians and equipment vendors to assist individuals in achieving safe driving skills. Located at 1414 West Broadway Road, Suite 218 Tempe, Arizona 85282 or call 480-449-3331, Fax: 480-753-9428 or send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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