Bicks Driving School of Western Hills:
TriHealth: For disabled drivers of all ages, TriHealth offers an evidence based objective evaluation of the skills necessary for driving. Disabled drivers may be tested both in-clinic and behind the wheel.
Access is a shared-ride public transportation service, providing origin-to-destination transportation in small buses for people whose disabilities prevent them from riding Metro buses. To use Access, You must first register and be approved for service, a process that can take up to three weeks.
Phone (513) 632-7590.
Phone (404) 209-3434.
If there is a medical and or vision condition that may affect driving, a two-part driver license may be required.
The Medical Review Board identifies drivers with physical or mental impairments which hamper their ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. The Medical Review Board consists of ophthalmologists, neurologists, psychiatrists, and rehabilitation specialists. Board members provide medical advice to the Division of Driver Licensing on license applicants and licensees that are reported to the Board.
Most stroke survivors can return to independent, safe driving. But it depends on where in your brain the stroke took place and how much damage the stroke caused. Until the full extent of your stroke is known, there is no way to tell if and when you will be able to return to driving.
Mobility Works offers several Transportation options, from Van conversions to other mobility solutions. Contact: https://mobilityworks.com