To refer a client, please send us an order (either on a prescription pad or by using this form) and include the following information:
To refer a client, please send us a voucher for authorization for payment of services and include the following information:
To cover a client's services, these fees need to be authorized prior to service but can be billed after date of service. (Please note that self pay prices listed elsewhere reflect a discount based on paying prior to and on the date of service.)
Readiness evaluation: (for students with or without a permit or license)
Region 1 $425 Region 2 $525
Region 3 $625 Region 4 $850
Full car evaluation: (for individuals with a permit or license)
Region 1 $575 Region 2 $675
Region 3 $775 Region 4 $975
Full van evaluation: (for individuals with a permit or license, additionally likely wheelchair user and/or low-tech needs)
Region 1 $875 Region 2 $975
Out of State Driver Evaluations - Request a quote, depends on distance and if overnight accommodations are necessary.
Our assessment tools are used by our driving instructors to determine if someone is able to drive safely during an in-car evaluation.
These tools utilize digital neuropsychological tasks to assess the cognitive abilities and attitudes of each potential student to drive effectively and safely.
Our driver cognitive assessment can often last anywhere from 30 to 40 minutes. The results of a driver’s cognitive assessment will provide insights about the driver.
The test result data is gathered, reviewed and then a comprehensive report about the person’s driving ability, performance, and latent skills is developed. These results will be analyzed and a recommendation will be presented identifying what indications may exist regarding any cognitive disabilities in key driving areas.
Skills That Are Evaluated
This information will first determine whether or not an individual will be able to drive as well as their ability to safely handle a vehicle.
It is also possible to predict the accommodations that are necessary to improve vehicle handling and minimize the risk of accidents.
While a driver’s cognitive test is a very useful tool, it does not substitute for an actual driving test. A physical driver’s evaluation is very important.
A driver’s evaluation will not only consider the results of the driver’s cognitive assessment, but also consist of a physical analysis. This assessment is often performed by a driving rehabilitation specialist, which we have on staff, and will consider the impact of any impairment on safe driving.
People often undertake a driver’s evaluation when either a doctor or a family member has uncertainties about their ability to drive safe.