Learning to drive and having to pass a test with a physical difficulty can make the thought of succeeding seem impossible, but the right support, understanding of your individual need and where appropriate vehicle adaptions makes getting on the road an achievable ambition.
For those with more complex needs I am happy to carry out lessons in your own adapted vehicle.
Each student’s need is different, so I work with the individual to understand how their condition affects them, how pain and tiredness can be an added complication and how best to support them in achieving their goals. I have worked with students with a wide range of physical disabilities and/or restrictions, including:
· Missing Limbs/Amputation
· Cerebral Palsy
· Multiple Sclerosis
· Crohn’s Disease
· Chronic Fatigue
· Chronic Pain
· Surgical Complications
· Mobility Issues
Access Driving provides:
· A safe and non-judgmental environment to learn and gain confidence;
· Specialist driving lessons, with understanding of the student’s need, to help them learn how to be a safe driver and pass their driving test;
· A bespoke service capable of working with the students support network if desired;
· Expert guidance and tailored help in getting additional support from the DVSA during the theory and practical test if necessary.
· Tailored post-test help and support, if needed, to get you driving confidently in your own car.
To arrange a free teaching consultation, looking at the best solution for your need