What yo Expect During Your Driver Rehabilitation Program
If you have recently suffered a serious injury due to a car accident, rehabilitation is crucial to getting you back on the road. Driver rehabilitation programs can help you adapt to life behind the wheel after a wreck and prepare you to get back on the road again. In today's blog post, Bick's Driving School talks about what you can expect during your driver rehabilitation program. We also cover what you will leave with at the end of the course.
Training with Adaptive Equipment
For many drivers who have experienced a serious car accident, operating a vehicle after your recovery involves unique challenges. Some drivers cannot operate traditional driving equipment, such as foot pedals, and need adaptive equipment to get back on the road. Our driver rehabilitation program trains people to operate their vehicle using special adaptive equipment. The state of Ohio requires even licensed drivers to be re-tested when adding adaptive equipment to their vehicle. Our driver rehabilitation program will help drivers prepare for that test.
In some cases, drivers with serious injuries are required to re-test before they are allowed to drive again. This includes drivers who need adaptive equipment, as mandated by the state of Ohio. The driver rehabilitation program at Bick's Driving School performs a clinical and behind-the-wheel driving evaluation at our office. Our evaluations allow us to tailor a course to your exact needs.
For drivers wanting to return to independent driving after an injury, our behind-the-wheel assessments can help you prepare for the road. Our driver rehabilitation program also works well for individuals who are beginning to show signs of dementia or Alzheimer's disease. Behind-the-wheel assessments are also important for drivers who have recently been diagnosed with MS, Parkinson's, or any ailment that may significantly alter a person's driving ability.
Contact Bick's Driving School for Driver Rehabilitation Programs
At Bick's Driving School, we want drivers to get back on the road after their accidents. Our driver rehabilitation programs can help you do just that. For more information on what we offer, give us a call at (513) 251-7111 or contact us online today.