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On the Road

We Are Ready to Serve You
In Your Community

Driving is a complex skill, and sometimes a medical condition or injury can get in the way of driving. Let us help you to know if you are ready to get back behind the wheel by participating in our comprehensive driving evaluation. If you are experiencing any of these changes or conditions, you may benefit from a driving evaluation with us:

Slower reaction time

Shorter attention span

Lagging reflexes

Stiff joints or weak muscles

Poor eyesight

Diminished night vision

Hearing problems

Reduced memory

Poor decision-making skills

Forgetfulness

Drowsiness or medication effects

Increase in accidents or near misses

Physical impairments

Recent major medical illnesses or events

Increased anxiety and agitation

Frequent falls

Our friendly driver rehab specialist is here to help you and is with you every step of the way!

Your visit starts with a 3-step comprehensive driving evaluation.

STEP ONE: Clinical Tests

STEP TWO: Behind the Wheel

STEP THREE: Outcome Discussion

Using information from steps 1 & 2, we will discuss outcomes and next steps.

This will be a conversation with you, your family, and/or your referring doctor.

Key Points

  • Our driving evaluation includes an in-vehicle time to observe real driving potential

  • We are local & will travel to your home

  • Outcomes are reviewed directly with you and your family

  • Prompt, clear, and timely evaluations are provided

To enroll in our program, you will need a valid driver’s license and an order from your doctor for “Occupational Therapy Driving Evaluation & Treatment.”  We can help with obtaining this order if you need assistance.

The driving evaluation costs start at $400, depending on distance from our program’s office in Wilson County. To determine the specific cost for you or your client due to distance, please feel free to contact us!

Adaptive Driving Equipment

Are you someone who could benefit from adaptive driving equipment? Our driver rehab specialist is skilled at identifying and training drivers to use a range of equipment including hand controls, left foot accelerator, and steering devices. Adaptive driving equipment training involves a comprehensive driving evaluation, individualized training, support for Tennessee's relicensing process, equipment prescription, and fitting to ensure equipment works in your own vehicle.

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