Welcome to DRIVE-ABLE, LLC
Persons eligible for the program include those with a disability or medical problem of an acute or chronic nature, or older adults with age related changes in driving performance.
In order to be scheduled for services at DRIVE-ABLE, LLC you must:
Have a physician prescription for "Driver Rehabilitation Evaluation and Training" with your diagnosis or medical condition written by your doctor.
Have a valid driver license or a temporary instruction permit from your state of residence. Michigan residents with a suspended license may be eligible for a temporary license or temporary instruction permit by having their doctor complete a Physician Statement of Examination and submitting it to the Secretary of State, Driver Assessment Division. Click on the
Be your own guardian and you must not require supervision at home or in the community. Individuals living in supported environments may be admitted with supporting documentation.
Be episode free (seizure, fainting spell, changes in level of consciousness or any other condition causing a change in mental status that may affect driving) for a period of 6 months.
Have visual acuity better than 20/60 unless driving with bioptic lenses.
Have horizontal peripheral vision better than 90 degrees.
Be over 18 or have a level one driver license. Teens under 18 without a level one driver license may be admitted for a clinical assessment only for the purpose of driver readiness consultation.
Be able to transfer into a vehicle with minimal assistance.