Return to Driving
Some medical conditions can affect your ability to drive safely. Examples include a stroke, brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, and other physical or mental disorders. During recovery, your doctor may request a professional to test your abilities prior to getting back on the road. The Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) also may require a check-up.
Our driving program team of specialists offers a complete clinical test to make sure you are ready for returning to driving. We use both state-of-art-the equipment and traditional exams. The test reviews your sensory motor functions, vision, perception, and mental capacity.
After the test, our team can also help with treatment, if needed. We will make recommendations to help you return to safe driving.
- Form constancy (ability to recognize and label objects in varying surroundings and angles)
- Object distinction (from a background)
- Spatial relations and depth perception
- Visual closure (ability to perceive an object or word when partly hidden)
Sensory Motor Function
- Range of motion
- Reaction time
- 3D imagery
- Eye alignment
- Motor skills
- Side vision