A course for Occupational Therapists created by an Occupational Therapist.
Prior to opening my private practice in driving rehab, I worked in all areas of rehab. I was just like YOU wondering if my patient was safe to drive.Expand Your Services
Easy to Use
Courses are broken down in easy to follow lessons.
Courses are viewable on screens of all shapes and sizes.
Access your training anywhere at any time.
What Will You Learn:
Assessments and screening tools appropriate for all areas of practice
Walk away with perfect goal writing and treatment ideas.
How to initiate difficult conversations
Gain knowledge so that you can be more confident in how you speak to patients, family and staff.
A systematic approach to address driving with patients
This is organized for you to make your job easier!
Know when to refer for a driving evaluation
Get access to sequences and guides you can follow.
A private Facebook group
A community to support you, share treatment ideas, ask questions and interact.
Learn how to truly replicate driving in your TX sessions
Treatment ideas to get you through your TX session
I’m Heather Shields, an experienced occupational therapist, driving instructor and certified driving rehab specialist.
I have helped hundreds of people regain their ability to drive following an acute or chronic medical event, such as a stroke, traumatic brain injury, concussion, spinal cord injury, leg amputation, peripheral neuropathy, multiple sclerosis, dementia, and students with special needs to ensure they have the skills required to take driver’s ed.
I work with clients, their family and the healthcare team(physicians, therapists, case managers, social workers) to determine when someone is ready to return to driving.
Heather Shields, Occupational Therapist, Driving Instructor and Certified Driving Rehab Specialist
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