Assisting people with disabilities with their mobility needs.

Woman driving in car with a disability

DRIVING SOLUTIONS

Helping you with your driving
independence and safety with dedicated assessment, training, vehicle modifications, vehicle access, transporting your wheelchair or mobility aids, and much more.

Driving and getting out and about in a car is often seen as a rite of passage and frequently taken for granted by the general population. At Williams OT, we want you to experience this too and that’s why we want to assist you to find the right solution for your needs.

At Williams OT it is in our DNA to help you experience:

  • Independence
  • Freedom
  • Ease
  • Time efficiency
  • Safety

All of this comes from finding you the right solutions.

Finding the right solution for you

An Occupational Therapy driver assessment is just like going to any medical practitioner or health provider. We complete an assessment to evaluate your needs and the presenting barriers. At Williams OT, our emphasis is on rehabilitation and finding solutions to help drivers drive. Below is our three step plan.

STEP 1

Complete a referral form so we can learn about you before your booking and get on our contact list.

STEP 2

Book in for your initial assessment where we can unpack your needs and barriers to driving.

STEP 3

Work with your Occupational Therapist to reach a goal that increases your ability to get from A to B.

Williams OT Occupational Therapists start with:

 

Williams OT has been focused on assisting people to drive since 2011. This is our passion area and why we are on advisory councils and sought after by universities and outside agencies.

To understand more about the process and how a Williams OT Driver Trained Occupational Therapist can help, listen to episode 41 of the Drive-Able Podcast in the link below. In this episode,  Brad Williams, CEO of Williams OT, is questioned about the assessment process and how an occupational therapist can be the hub to all of the available solutions to getting you on the road.

motHow we can help you

Your occupational therapist can help you: