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The Impact of Disability, Vision & Aging and their Relationship to Driving
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This 2-day course provides a broad overview of the driver rehabilitation process. The course is designed for healthcare providers starting or advancing a driver rehabilitation program as well as those referring individuals to a program. Traffic safety/driver education professionals will benefit from the information that they can apply to their practice.

6/1/2018 to 6/2/2018
When: Friday & Saturday
8-5 both days
Where: Drury Inn & Suites Phoenix Airport
3333 E. University Drive
Phoenix, Arizona  85034
United States
Presenter: Beth Gibson, OTR/L, CDRS
Contact: ADED

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  • Acquired, congenital, developmental and progressive types of disabilities
  • Age-related impairments
  • Driver Assessment process
  • Implications for driver assessment and training
  • Adaptive driving equipment and vehicle modifications
  • Driver licensing issues


  • $695-non member
  • $540-ADED member discounted rate. Not a member?  Join TODAY and take advantage of discounted rate!


Drury Inn & Suites Phoenix Airport

3333 E. University Drive  Phoenix, AZ 85034

CLICK HERE to reserve your room $99 per night. 

Reservations may also be made by calling 1-800-325-0720 and refer to the Group number of 2329754

Deadline for group rate is 05/15/18.




·         ADED: 15 hours will be awarded for completion of this seminar

·         AOTA: 1.5 CE AOTA does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products or clinical procedures.

          AOTA Classification Codes: Areas of Occupation, Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation, Professional Issues: Administration & Management
          Target Audience: OT, OTA  Educational Level: Introductory


  • Beth Anderson Gibson, OTR/L, CDRS Beth has specialized in the driver rehabilitation for 19 of her 30 years as an occupational therapist in the Atlanta Georgia area.  As an author of two textbook chapters in driver rehabilitation, Beth has been a speaker at numerous local and national conferences.  She is the Secretary of the ADED Board of Directors; is active in the ADED Georgia/South Carolina Chapter; and was the previous editor of ADED's News Brake, newsletter publication. Beth received her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of new Hampshire. Beth currently services as Director of Driver Services for Freedom and Mobility, a private driver evaluation and training company headquartered in Marietta, Georgia. The company's services include high-tech assessments and training in Georgia, North Carolina and Alabama.

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