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Adaptive Driving Alliance
The Adaptive Driving Alliance (ADA) is a group of vehicle modification dealers who provide van conversions, hand controls, wheelchair lifts, scooter lifts, tie downs, conversion van rentals, paratransit and other adaptive equipment for disabled drivers and passengers.

For additional information, please contact:

Phone: (623) 434-0722

National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association

The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) is a non-profit trade association dedicated to expanding opportunities for people with disabilities to safely drive or be transported in vehicles modified with mobility equipment to fit their specific needs. All members work together to improve transportation options for people with disabilities.

Phone: 800-833-0427

National Organization for Vehicle Accessibility

The mission of The National Organization for Vehicle Accessibility is to assist those with mobility needs through education, information and product acquisition. The National Organization for Vehicle Accessibility works to provide vehicle modification grants to individuals with disabilities throughout the United States and Canada in need of financial assistance.


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The International Academy of Low Vision Specialists

The International Academy of Low Vision Specialists (IALVS) believes in LIFE AFTER VISION LOSS. The IALVS brings new hope and sight to those with macular degeneration and other vision limiting conditions. The IALVS can bring back the enjoyment of life after vision loss.


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 American Optometric Association  The American Optometric Association is the leading authority on quality care and an advocate for our nation's health, representing more than 44,000 doctors of optometry (O.D.), optometric professionals and optometry students. Doctors of optometry take a leading role in patient care with respect to eye and vision care, as well as general health and well-being. As primary health care providers, doctors of optometry have extensive, ongoing training to examine, diagnose, treat and manage ocular disorders, diseases and injuries and ocular manifestations of systemic diseases. To find a doctor of optometry near you, click here.

McGill University - Online Graduate Certificate in Driving Rehabilitation

This is a 2 year certificate program designed for working health care professionals. The program covers driving rehabilitation at various levels, including screening and assessment, intervention and rehabilitation tools for the promotion of safe driving abilities, adapted driving as well as support for those who need to cease driving all with the flexibility of learning online.

For application and course details please visit here…

For additional information, please contact:

Phone: 514-398-4400 ext. 0432

Western University School of Occupational Therapy: Master of Clinical Science in Driving Rehabilitation Therapy

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Behind the Wheel With ADH

Behind the Wheel With ADHD is a program designed for professionals to use with their driving students who are struggling with developing necessary skills to drive competently because of deficits in their executive functioning skills. There is no other program like this currently available to address the special risks associated with ADHD and driving.

The program consists of an instructional training seminar followed by individual trainer coaching provided by ShanahanSweeney Coaching. For the instructors who wish to deepen their knowledge and gain practical experience as well as connect with like minded professionals, there is the opportunity to pursue certification as a Behind the Wheel With ADHD certified instructor. Contact us directly for details.

The program covers:

  • Executive functioning skills of the brain
  • Background knowledge about the connection between the brain and behavior that specifically impacts driving skill: Impulsivity; Distractibility; Inattention
  • How and why to use effective external tools to compensate for what ADHD and other challenged students cannot do themselves
  • The maturational lag common in ADHD teens and how this lag directly impacts driving performance
  • ADHD teens need a longer training phase; we provide a recommended GDL for instructors to share with parents and create an awareness for the need for extra time before license
  • Impaired Behaviors and How they Mimic DUI: important information to empower the new teen driver to handle situations where police may stop them due to driving behaviors caused by their ADHD.
  • Impact of stimulant medications on ADHD drivers; how missing a dose can impact driving skill and recommendations for dealing with this matter with parents
  • Enhanced Drivers Log for ADHD students
  • Information on the newest technology available for mitigating risks associated with texting and cell phone use and other things that contribute to distracted driving

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Consumer Resources
A Practical Guide to Road Safety

An informative online resource about road safety awareness and how it affects everyone (not just people behind the wheel).

• An insightful overview on the topic of road safety, including eye-opening statistics about annual road fatalities and injuries and the four key behaviours that lead to the vast majority of deaths on roads and highways (e.g. failure to wear seat belts).

• Current trends in road traffic injuries and accidents around the world. For example, a WHO report predicts that, worldwide, traffic accident fatality rates would increase 60 percent by 2020 as vehicle ownership rates in less developed countries continue to rise.

• Practical advice information to help everyone stay safe on the road - this includes tips and advice for drivers, safety information for vehicle owners and operators, as well as life-saving measures and knowledge for pedestrians and cyclists sharing the road.

• Other helpful tips, resources, and useful information that can be used to teach and spread awareness about road safety.


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Roadside Survival: Low-Tech Solutions to Automobile Breakdowns

Two hundred million licensed motor vehicle drivers in the United States expose themselves routinely to significant risk while betting that they will not become stranded when they drive. Drivers can decrease the chances that they will have a break down and become stranded. Make the proactive choice to learn how to prevent problems and the methods to counteract them should they occur. This book provides you with the opportunity to avoid the negatives associated with becoming stranded (including no bathroom, no water, no food, too cold, too hot, darkness, and encountering predators). 

Click HERE for more information or visit: is a resource to help people make truly better decisions by clearly laying out their options. Most people who have become or already living with disabilities were not fully aware of the benefits and resources that are available for them. This guide answers common questions, and features a calculator that can help estimate monthly and annual benefits.

You can see the entire guide along with some of its features here:



The Complete Resource for Young & First Time Drivers in The UK

The Complete Resource for Young & First Time Drivers in The UK


Are you learning to drive or have recently passed your practical test? It can be difficult for young drivers to find all the information they need, but fortunately Hendy Group has packed all the essentials into one easy-to-read guide.

With the options below, you can navigate to each section and discover all the necessities for buying your first car, furthering your road skills, understanding the basics of vehicle maintenance and much more. Each section is filled to the brim with handy advice and expert guidance, so you'll have everything all in one place.

Click HERE or follow the direct link:, is a site dedicated to providing consumers with the easy to understand insurance info.
This resource explains the rights of drivers with disabilities, insurance coverage to accommodate vehicle modifications, and provides state resources for drivers.


The goal of this document is to provide people with disabilities the info they need to know to protect themselves from unfair treatment.


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