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Ernest Santos, MA OTR/L, CDRS
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Mr. Ernest C. Santos, MA OTR/L, CDRS, Driving Fitness Evaluations
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Driving Fitness Evaluations
12340 Seal Beach Blvd Ste B530
Seal Beach
90740  United States
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562 268-5314 (Phone)
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OT- Occupational Therapist
  Private Practice
  Driver Rehabilitation-Low Tech
  Clinical Driver Assessment, Clinical IADL Evaluation, Driver’s education, Driver Screening, Equipment manufacturer, Eval/training: mechanical gas, brake, steering control, Eval/training: powered gas/brake systems, Eval/training: steering wheel modifications, Eval/training: variable effort steering systems, Passenger accessibility consulting, Sedan: Behind the Wheel eval/training, Simulator, Van: Behind the Wheel eval/training, Vehicle consulting, Vehicle Modifications
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Graduated from USC 2005 with Masters in OT 13+years practicing in adult rehabilitation working in various settings including Acute Rehab, Outpatient, Inpatient Rehab, and Nursing home facilities helping to create various programs including Long Beach Memorial's Driving Program from 2014-2016, Ergonomic and Vision programs at the hospital. Specific knowledge base with various medical diagnoses. Certified in various hand controls on the market as well as being one of the few DCAT and DORE certified clinicians in Southern California. Neuro-IFRAH certified as well as speciality in Spinal Cord Injury and TBI. My goal is to increase the quality of services provided for driving rehabilitation programs by providing standardized assessments while integrating clinician driven interventions.
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DORE certified (One of the only truly standardized on the road driving tests) Currently have 3 courses in various locations in Long Beach, Anaheim and Fountain Valley Area.
DCAT certified.
Driving does not just require a single cognitive ability like attention and memory used in isolation. Instead, driving is a fairly complex task requiring information to be processed from what we hear, see and feel kinesthetically while also calling on our cognitive abilities to simultaneously analyze, reason and predict future traffic events. Medications, as well as many medical conditions such as memory loss, Stroke, Heart Disease, and Diabetes can impact your driving skills. Medication or medical conditions can cause even the best drivers to become unsafe.
Driving Fitness Evaluations is proud to be providing the most comprehensive driving evaluation program around to objectively determine if your driving skills have indeed changed.

Call today to schedule an appointment for a comprehensive driving evaluation.
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