April 2019 Highlights + More
April has come and go – time sure does fly when you’re having fun. We celebrated the month with colourful Easter happenings, and also we had lots of long weekends to spend quality time with the family and friends.
We have loads of exciting things to look forward to in the coming month. But before that, check out some of our highlights for the month of April.
Brad, CEO of Williams OT, was providing a training session for our OTs and introducing them to our brand new assistive technology in our assessment and training vehicle.
The new device is a head operated indicator option for clients that can’t activate indicators or wipers with their fingers. How cool is that? ?
Check it out and hit us up with a message if you think this could help you or someone you know. You may reach us through email@example.com or www.williamsot.com
We’ve also visited the northern territory this month – in Darwin to be exact, and helped a couple of clients with their driving and independence. Check out some of our photos from our visit.
This was our first visit (and we loved it) but we hope to be back many times over. We have already had a bunch of interest and planning a new trip soon. If you have a client or you need some assistance with achieving the freedom that comes from driving, get in contact now.
Featured Blog: Crunching the numbers: social return on investment of vehicle modifications
We have a guest blogger for this month and that is none other than, Dr Claire Hutchinson, Research Fellow, UniSA.
Dr Hutchinson is an Adjunct Research Fellow in the School of Commerce.
She, along with her colleagues, have produced one of the most useful studies in recent times for those driving with physical MNdisabilities.
Check out my full interview of Dr Hutchinson and her latest blog by clicking here.
We’re on the lookout for new team members!
We are on the lookout for a Receptionist and a Specialised Driving Instructor to join our growing team. So if you or know someone who might be interested, read on below…
Are you an experienced Specialised Driving Instructor?
Or do you know someone who is?
We are looking for a Specialised Driving Instructor to join our team! But wait, there’s more! We are offering a rare and exciting position for a full-time Motor Driving Instructor and the opportunity to work at a growing company and at one of Australias leading Driver Assessment and Rehab businesses for people with a disability.
A rare opportunity exists right here! Click this link for more details.
Are you a Practice Receptionist?
Or do you know someone who is?
We are looking for a Practice Receptionist to join our team!
Successful applicants will receive the following:
- Job training and support
- Great remuneration
- Fun, flexible and supportive work environment
For more details on the job opportunity, just click this link.
Some interesting articles for you
- Prevalence and Safety of Left-Footed Driving Following Right Foot Surgery Patients Including a Driving Simulation
- Early resumption of driving within 3 weeks following patient-specific instrumented total knee arthroplasty: an evaluation of 160 cases
- Visual Attention Cut Points for Driver Fitness in Parkinson’s Disease
- Evidence-Based Cognitive Rehabilitation: Systematic Review of the Literature From 2009 Through 2014
- Assessing driving risk in patients with glaucoma