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9-week session designed for teens & young adults to develop skills in PREPARATION for getting their DRIVER's PERMIT.
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4-week session designed for teens & young adults that ALREADY HAVE their Driver's Permit & need to improve their driving skills.
Specialized sessions that focus on developing & improving specific skill sets such as attention, controlling anxiety, navigation skills, etc.
Autism affects a person's attention and executive functioning skills. Executive functioning skills include sequencing, noticing and responding, working memory, divided attention, and prioritizing information.
Teens with ADHD had a 62 percent higher rate of crashes that caused serious injuries and a 47 percent higher rate of moving violations. With ADHD, young drivers were also 32 percent more likely to have their license suspended at least once during the four-year study period.
Teens with Dyslexia & other learning disabilities may have increased difficulty with quickly reading signs, navigation and passing a written driver's exam.
Low vision, visual processing speed, & peripheral vision are all factors in becoming a safe driver.
A new Australian study showed that teens with anxiety engage in riskier and more erratic driving behavior.
Difficulty with quickly interrupting large numbers of visual, auditory, and proprioceptive stimuli can make learning to drive difficult.
“Instructors recommend that parents help their children develop independent life skills, including the use of alternative forms of transportation such as bicycling or mass transit, and to practice pre-driving skills, such as navigation, before undertaking on-road driving lessons.”
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