Defensive driving can conjure up images from movie scenes where the driver executed a maneuver to avoid a crash by pushing the vehicle to its limits. However, a driver practicing defensive driving strategies is being proactive and therefore rarely if ever has to make quick evasive maneuvers.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects social, communication, and behavioral skills. In addition, individuals with ASD may experience coordination deficits, anxiety, limitations in concentration, executive function challenges Driving requires all of these skills and abilities.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects the nerves’ ability to conduct signals from the brain or spinal cord to the body. Depending on the nerves affected, MS may cause problems with vision, muscles, cognition, and fatigue. Learn how to manage these symptoms for driving.
Thinking about driving after a Stroke? Depending on the area of the brain affected by the stroke, it can affect individuals in different ways. Stroke survivors may experience changes in their vision, cognitive, or physical abilities. Learn more about how these changes can affect driving.