Association for Driver Rehabilitation

Association for Driver Rehabilitation

A professional organization that researches improvements in driver education and automotive equipment modifications for persons with disabilities.
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After the evaluation, the CDRS can make recommendations for further training or adaptive equipment, such as hand controls for the gas and brakes, or a spinner knob for the steering wheel, says Elizabeth Green, executive director of the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (also known as ADED, the acronym for its former name), a nonprofit organization that certifies the driving specialists.
guidelines for driving after a stroke are state-dependent--check with your state's Department of Motor Vehicles, and consider scheduling a safe driving evaluation through the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (www.
She also may want to consider getting a safe driving evaluation from a driver rehabilitation specialist--locate one via the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists website (www.
ADED, The Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists, promotes safe, independent community mobility for people with disabilities as well as individuals who are aging and at greater risk for a disability.
org/olderdriver) or the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (www.
To find a CDRS near you, visit the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists' Web site--www.
The Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (ADED) can help you locate a qualified driving evaluator in your area; it maintains a database of certified driver rehabilitation specialists throughout the country.
This PVA grant will allow practitioners to attend the 2013 Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (ADED) Annual Conference and Exhibits.
You also can find a specialist via the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists website (www.
You can also get a referral on your own through the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (ADED), which keeps a list of driving rehabilitation specialists state-by-state.
They should seek the services of a certified Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialist (ADED), often an occupational therapist.
However, it is not recommended by a variety of industry leaders, such as the National Mobility Equipment Dealers' Association (NMEDA), the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (ADED), the Adaptive Driving Alliance (ADA), and others.
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