Driving is a complex
and fast-paced activity. Today's senior population is more active
and mobile than past generations, but vision, strength and
mobility begin to decline with age and can affect one's ability
to safely get around. These changes are often difficult to
accept. In response, Glendale Adventist Medical Center's Driver
Rehabilitation and Community Mobility Program is designed to help
people remain safe as they navigate through the community.
Additionally, our Low Vision Rehabilitation Program can provide
precise training for people with visual deficits in accomplishing
life tasks, including driving.
Our program provides:
- Assessment of driving skills compromised by disability or
- Driving interventions to protect the safety of the individual
and the public
- "On the Road" evaluation and instruction with a licensed
- Recommendation of safe, alternative methods of public and
Assessments and interventions are provided by a licensed
occupational therapist and driving rehabilitation specialist.
If you would like more information about the Community
Mobility Program at GAMC, download the brochure, or you can contact us at (818) 409-8071.
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