This workshop will cover the referral process for a driving evaluation; identify the needs for adaptive driving controls; types of adaptive controls- mechanical vs electronic; costs associated with installing these adaptations; DMV requirements, and outline time frames associated with achieving competency for using adaptive controls. The workshop will be held at the Stanford Neuroscience Health Center. The program is free but advance registration is required.
Leading the program will be Julie Muccini, MS, OTR/L Clinical Specialist at Stanford’s Neurologic Outpatient Rehabilitation Program.
The details on the program are:
Thursday, October 3, 10:30-11:30 am
Stanford Neuroscience Health Center
Wellness Room 1511
213 Quarry Road
Palo Alto, CA
You may also download the program flyer
The ability to drive is important in maintaining independence, but the safety of the driver and those around him or her is paramount. You can learn much more about driving assessments, driving rehabilitation programs and resources available when driving is no longer an option by visiting our PD Driving Resources page