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Driving Assessment and Remediation

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Driving Assessment and Remediation2018-08-02T01:43:20+00:00

Introduction to Driving Assessment and Remediation

Following an illness or injury, your ability to drive safely may be affected. This can compromise your safety and the safety of others. In this event, your doctor may refer you to an Occupational Therapist who specialises in driving to complete a comprehensive driving assessment.

Please ensure that you read the following information thoroughly before attending your appointment.

Checklist

  • Phone (07) 4772 1219 to confirm your appointment
  • Ensure you have your medical referral from your treating doctor or specialist
  • A visual assessment and report from your optometrist, including a computerised cisual activity assessment test and interpretation report
  • If you have completed a recent Occupational Therapy Cognitive or Neuropsychology assessment/report, please advise.
  • Make sure you bring your driver’s license (You must have some form of licensing from Queensland Transport).
  • If you wear glasses, make sure you bring them with you
  • Please make sure you have your fee of $120.00 payable before your assessment
  • Do not drive to this assessment if you are not medically cleared to do this.
  • Try to relax!

Post assessment outcomes

Following the assessment, your Occupational Therapist and driving instructor may advise you of the following options:

  • You are assessed as safe to drive
  • You are assessed as unsafe to drive
  • Adaptions to your vehicle are required/recommended
  • Recommendation for further driving lessons with reassessment
  • Referral to Alliance Rehabilitation’s Driving Cessation Program

Our Services

Alliance Rehabilitation provides a range of health services:

Physiotherapy

Psychology

Neuropsychology

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Speech Pathology

Occupational Therapy

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