Readiness Assessment

Our evaluation process includes:

  • An intake interview
  • Physical, visual and cognitive assessments
  • Assessment of basic safety practices and road sign knowledge
  • In-car assessment, depending on abilities
  • Recommendations based on behind-the-wheel evaluation results
  • Recommendations for adaptive driving equipment, if necessary

Allow up to four hours for the evaluation process.


To be eligible for the program, participants must:

  • Be between the ages of 15 and 21
  • Have a valid driver’s license or instructional permit
  • Have a doctor’s prescription to receive a driving evaluation
  • Meet the state minimal requirements for vision and seizure-free period
  • Be accompanied by a parent or guardian to the evaluation

On-Road Driving Practice and Assessment

The program has a state-of-the-art DriveSafety simulator system that can be used for behind-the-wheel evaluation and training. The simulator is also equipped with adaptive equipment for training. The simulator gives your teen a safe, secure environment to practice skills before he drives on the road with the driver rehabilitation specialist.

The behind-the-wheel assessment is performed in a specialized vehicle equipped with a training brake and adaptive equipment for most disabilities. Depending on your child’s needs, the driver rehab specialist may recommend additional training with or without adaptive equipment.