Welcome to Driver Rehabilitation Services
Driving does not define a persons value or worth. However, the ability to drive does play an important part in a person’s overall independence. The skill of operating a motor vehicle may be impaired due to aging, injury, illness, or a neurological or congenital disability. Everyday tasks of going to school, work, the grocery store, the doctor’s office or participating in social activities become a major obstacle for someone who cannot drive. For persons with physical, cognitive, visual, or behavioral impairments, the ability to drive is critical to leading an independent lifestyle.
We look forward to assisting you with your driving goals.