You may participate in the 1 hour comprehensive clinical assessment to determine what your next step should be.
You must be cleared MEDICALLY to obtain a permit. As long you are medically stable we can perform the comprehensive clinical assessment and make the appropriate recommendations to your physician whether you should obtain a permit or not.
This is generally not covered by insurance. You can contact your insurance provider for verification. You may use HSA or FSA funds to pay for services.
There are government agencies such as OVR (Office of Vocational Rehabilitation), VA (Veterans Administration, Waiver Programs and workers compensation that may cover the cost if you meet their qualifications.
Each individual learns at a different rate and we base the recommendations on you and your specific needs.
We cannot issue drivers licenses however we will assist you and accompany you to the driver licensing center to take the license examination if/when it is appropriate.
We do not revoke driving privileges. We make a recommendation to your physician and it is at the discretion of the physician and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation whether your license is revoked.
The adaptive equipment is installed in such a matter that the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) pedals and steering are not permanently disabled. It is very simple to disengage the hand controls and/or remove the left foot gas pedal to enable driving with the OEM gas and brake.
No. The only person that should drive with the adaptive equipment is the person that was trained and re-certified by Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
You must contact your auto insurance provider to inquire if there are any changes in your policy to ensure that the adaptive equipment is covered, should the equipment be damaged in the event of an accident.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation requires that you must be seizure free for 6 months to be eligible to drive.
A copy of the evaluation will be sent to you and your referring physician.
A copy of the evaluation may be sent to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PA DOT)if you require the use of adaptive equipment, or if PA DOT has sent you a letter.
You may present the forms at the time of the evaluation and the physician will be sent copies along with your evaluation. The evaluation will provide your physician with the necessary information to complete the forms.
You should discuss this program with your physician to ensure them that you could have an evaluation to provide them with the necessary information and recommendations on whether it is safe for you to continue driving.
Yes, we will train novice drivers.
No worries, we will come to you to perform the assessment in the comfort of your own home.
The on-road assessment will be performed in your local territory on the roads that you are familiar with. No surprises!