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Evaluating Needs

Driver Rehabilitation Evaluation

Driver rehabilitation specialists perform comprehensive evaluations to identify the adaptive equipment most suited to your needs and medical condition. As part of this process, a rehabilitation specialist will take into consideration your future equipment needs based on your medical condition and the repetitive stress an adaptive aid may place on a particular muscle group. In addition, you can expect a complete evaluation to include vision screening as well as:

  • Muscle strength, flexibility, and range of motion;
  • Coordination and reaction time;
  • Judgment and decision-making abilities; and
  • Ability to drive with adaptive equipment.

After you finish the evaluation you should receive a report containing specific recommendations on driving requirements or restrictions. You should also be given a complete list of any recommended vehicle requirements or modifications. The recommendations should suggest obtaining on-the-road training to practice safe operation of the equipment and learn safe driving habits.

Our Safety Partners

  • Silver Injury Law Safety Partner

  • The Florida Transportation Builders' Association, Inc.

  • Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, a cabinet agency of the Florida government

  • FDOT, The Florida Department of Transportation, regulates public transportation in Florida.

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  • Enterprise Holdings private foundation, giving back to communities.

  • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; United States Department of Transportation

  • Health Care District of Palm Beach County

  • Bryan & Associates PA
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  • TranSystems provides engineering and architectural planning, design and construction solutions.

  • Road construction company in Miami-Dade County, Florida.