This is an informative driving rehabilitation session that will discuss the topics of the aging driver and requirements by the California DMV if a driver has had a change in medical status (such as being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease), suspended license, or let his or her license expire The session will be held at the Stanford Neuroscience Health Center. The program is free but advance registration is required.
Resources will be available including those for individuals who may be interested in modified hand controls and ideas about wheelchair vans.
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:
Day/Time: Thursday, October 17, 10:30-11:30 am
Location: Stanford Neuroscience Health Center, Wellness Room 1511, 213 Quarry Road, Palo Alto, CA 94305. Parking available in the adjacent garage. Valet parking also available.Registration is required. To register, or for more information, please call the Stanford Neuroscience Supportive Care Program at 650.721.8500
You may also download the program flyer
Driving status is often a point of conflict for those living with Parkinson’s, their care partners, families and friends. 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