A career in driver rehabilitation is very rewarding and provides a valuable community service. New graduates considering entering this field are encouraged to work at least one year as a generalist in their profession to fine tune evaluation, clinical, and patient care skills. As with any specialty area in healthcare, additional continuing education, and mentorship is a must to be a successful clinician.
ADED's Mission: A professional network promoting excellence in the field of driver rehabilitation, thought leadership and advocacy in support of safe, independent community mobility.
Have you been assigned a design project to start a driver rehabilitation program, but don’t know where to start? ADED is here to assist you! We have developed a handy get-started guide.
Please complete the following form and you will be directed to a page to download:
ADED's Starting a Driver Rehabilitation Program - Student Project Guide