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THE IMPACT OF DISABILITY, VISION & AGING AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO DRIVING
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THE IMPACT OF DISABILITY, VISION & AGING AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO DRIVING
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.  Topics include: acquired, congenital, developmental and progressive disabilities; age-related and visual impairments that affect driving; the driver assessment process; adaptive driving equipment and vehicle modifications and driver licensing issues.


Goals/Objectives

By the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the differences between acquired, congenital developmental and progressive types of disabilities;
  • Analyze the effects of age-related changes, disabilities and visual impairments on driving;
  • Discuss the driver assessment process and implications for driver assessment and training;
  • Compare and contrast adaptive driving equipment and/or interventions and vehicle modifications;
  • Assess and discuss solutions for driver licensing issues.

 

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   2018 Offerings
Phoenix, AZ     

June 1-2, 2018

15 ADED CDRS Contact Hours

1.5 AOTA CEUs

Scholarship Application Deadline:
April 1, 2018                        

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Concord, NC

 October 26-27, 2018

15 ADED CDRS Contact Hours

1.5 AOTA CEUs

Scholarship Application Deadline:

Aug. 26, 2018

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CANCELLATION POLICY: Registration confirmation and payment receipts are e-mailed to the attendee. All cancellations for courses, workshops and conference must be made in writing to the ADED Executive Office one month prior to the course; a 10% handling fee will be charged. Refunds will not be issued after one month prior to the course or for “no-shows.” Substitutions are accepted with a written notice provided that the replacement meets the same registration fee criteria. If an additional fee structure applies to the substitute registrant, all additional fees must be paid at the time the substitution is made. Partial refunds will not be granted. ADED reserves the right to cancel seminars due to unforeseen/unavoidable circumstances at any time. ADED is not responsible for nonrefundable airline and hotel reservations that a participant incurred due to cancellation. ADED reserves the right to change a course date, location or instructor. All complaints relative to the seminar content, instructor presentation, class facilities and registration procedures are to be directed to the ADED executive office: ADED, 200 First Avenue NW, Suite 505, Hickory, NC 28601.


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