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Candidates for Drivers Education and Training

Candidates for the UofL Health - Frazier Rehab Institute Driver Training and Education Program include: 

  • Individuals with physical impairments interested in returning to driving.
  • Individuals with physical or cognitive limitations who are unaware of their potential to drive.
  • Anyone needing information on driving issues concerning the following:
    • Visual impairments
    • Diabetes
    • Older drivers
    • Arthritis
    • Congenital disabilities
    • Cardiac, orthopaedic or spinal conditions, illnesses or injuries
    • Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related syndromes and neurological impairments.

Evaluation and training is also offered to new drivers with physical or psychosocial deficits such as ADHD, Spina Bifida, CP and Multiple Sclerosis. 

Participants must have a valid driver's license or permit, be physically and medically stable and seizure-free for three months, and possess endurance to tolerate a two-hour evaluation. Individuals with visual disturbances or visual field cut will be given a form to present to an ophthalmologist prior to the evaluation.


Frazier is a certified member of the Association of Driver Educators for the Disabled.