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  • Includes a Live In-Person Event on 08/30/2024 at 9:00 AM (MDT)

    August 30, 2024 | Live, in-person | 9 AM - 4 PM MT| Members $25 / Non-Members $50 | 5 ADED Contact Hours | Craig Hospital 3425 S. Clarkson Street, Englewood, CO 80113 | Registration closes 8/20/2024 7 PM MT

    August 30, 2024 | Live, in-person | 9 AM - 4 PM MT| Members $25 / Non-Members $50 | 5 ADED Contact Hours | Craig Hospital 3425 S. Clarkson Street, Englewood, CO 80113 | Registration closes 8/20/2024 7 PM MT
    Agenda:
    1. Introductions (9-9:10a)
      1. Introduce members and non-members to attendees
      2. Thank sponsors for contributions
    2. Program introductory presentation: (9:10a-10a)
      1. Presentation by Natalie Uyeno of Craig Hospital
      2. Review objectives, schedule of day and general program
    3. Program: (10a-12p) (Product demonstration education/discussion/hand’s on learning)
      1. Low tech application
      2. Moderate tech application
      3. RF devices application
      4. Modified minivan considerations
    4. Lunch break: (12p-1p) Meet and greet/education with sponsors over lunch
      1. Mobility of Denver: 12-12:20, product demonstration and education on their role in the industry
      2. Suregrip: 12:20-12:40, product demonstration and education on their role in the industry
      3. 12:40-13:00: Collaboration with dealers and primary providers
    5. Program continued: (1p-3:30p) (Product demonstration education/discussion/hand’s on learning)
      1. Transfer options
      2. High tech application
      3. Seating and positioning considerations
      4. Wheelchair securement application
      5. Question and answer discussion with attendees and sponsors
    6. Chapter Business/Program rounds: (3:30-4)
      1. Colorado (as needed)
        • i.     Adaptive Driving Solutions
        • ii.     Craig Hospital
        • iii.     Drive with Confidence
        • iv.     Family Health West
        • v.     Fitness to Drive
        • vi.     VA Aurora
        • vii.     VA Western Slope
      2.  Other out-of-state Chapter participants (as needed
      3. New Officers took positions 7/1/24
      4. Next Meeting: October 25, 2024, location TBD by new officers
    Learning Objectives:
    • Understand SCI considerations and timeframes
    • Compare and analyze different wheelchair seating systems and how it impacts driving
    • Describe different transfer options and when to drive from a mobility device
    • Analyze and describe appropriate vehicle choice for an independent driver from a MWC/PWC
    • Discuss key principles in driver positioning and vehicle fit
    • Compare and distinguish difference between low tech and high-tech systems
    • Understand different types of securement systems, including self-retracting securements versus power lockdown system, etc.
    • Analyze when to progress from low tech to moderate tech to high tech and considerations for each type of system
    • Understand applications for the head and back rest and wheelchair pully systems (easy-pull)
    • Compare secondary control options for independent drivers with a SCI diagnosis
    • Understand needs for a torso belt and how to prescribe
    • Determine when to refer to a CDRS who provides high-tech services


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    Must attend entire event to earn contact hours, no partial hours awarded

    Registration confirmation and payment receipts are e-mailed to the attendee. All cancellations for live-virtual events must be made in writing to the ADED Executive Office by May 14, 2024; a 20% handling fee will be charged. Refunds will not be issued after this date or for “no-shows.” Partial refunds will not be granted. ADED reserves the right to modify content, timetable, change speakers, or cancel events due to unforeseen/unavoidable circumstances at any time. If ADED cancels an event, a full refund will be provided to registrants. ADED does not offer refunds because of technological issues, should the ADED experience a platform outage, attendees will be provided an appropriate credit.  All complaints relative to the content, instructor, and registration procedures are to be directed to the ADED executive office: 200 1st Ave NW #505 Hickory NC 28601 or via email eLearning@aded.net  

    Current CDRS' & DRPs please refer to policy 403 for educational activity and maximum contact hours. 

    ADED's Education Code of Conduct applies to this and all ADED education. 

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      • Non-member - $50
      • Member - $25
      • Student Member - $25
      • Mobility Dealer Member - $25
      • Mobility Staff Member - $25
      • Corporate Member - $25
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  • Includes a Live Web Event on 08/20/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT) Includes a Live In-Person Event on 08/20/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    Live Virtual | Tuesday, August 20, 2024 | 12:00 - 12:30 PM ET | .5 ADED Contact Hours | Complimentary Members Only

    Product Application Session 5 - Vantage Mobility
    Live Virtual | Tuesday, August 20, 2024 | 12:00 - 12:30 PM ET | .5 ADED Contact Hours | Complimentary Members Only 
    Registration will close 1 hour prior to the start of the session

    Designed after the Soap Box Sessions held at the Annual Conference, the Product Applications Session virtual event provides an opportunity to learn solutions to complex and challenging driver rehabilitation and automotive mobility situations.
    The presentation will feature a case study, demonstrating how a product or service is used to solve a client issue.

    Each Product Application Session is a stand-alone 30-minute event. To earn the contact hours, the participant must attend live for the entire 30 minutes. 

    Presenter Breanna Snyder, OTRL, CDRS

    Description of presentation
    This product application session will focus on practical considerations for the driver rehabilitation specialist when collaborating with a client and their family during the vehicle selection process. Participants will examine a case study of a young adult with a T12 spinal cord injury, to learn how low-tech adaptive equipment installed in a wheelchair accessible van led to a whole new level of independence.    

    Learning Objectives 

    1. Identify three important considerations for the vehicle selection process when recommending wheelchair accessible vehicles for clients post spinal cord injury.  
    2. Identify specific aspects of the Vantage Mobility Toyota Sienna NorthStar conversion which support drivers to explore the road ahead post spinal cord injury.   


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    *Current CDRS' & DRPs please refer to policy 403 for educational activity and contact hour information. Attendance for the entire session is required to earn ADED Contact Hours. 
    ADED's Education Code of Conduct applies to this and all ADED education.  

    Breanna Snyder

    OTRL, CDRS

    Driving to Independence

    Breanna Snyder is a licensed Occupational Therapist (OTRL) and Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist (CDRS) working at Driving to Independence in Tempe, Arizona. Born and raised in Michigan, she graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a Master of Occupational Therapy and Bachelor of Health Science. She began her career working with a pediatric population, specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorder. She was named an American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Emerging Leader in 2018 and was recognized as one of the “Exceptional Leaders Under 40” by the Lake Havasu City chamber of commerce in 2019. She transitioned into the field of Driver Rehabilitation in 2021 and found a new passion for working with novice neurodiverse drivers. She is a current member of the ADED Education Committee.

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      • Member - Free!
      • Student Member - Free!
      • Mobility Dealer Member - Free!
      • Mobility Staff Member - Free!
      • Corporate Member - Free!
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  • Includes a Live Web Event on 08/15/2024 at 3:00 PM (EDT) Includes a Live In-Person Event on 08/15/2024 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

    Live Virtual | Thursday, August 15, 2024 | 3:00 - 3:30 PM ET | .5 ADED Contact Hours | Complimentary Members Only

    Product Application Session 6 - Adapt Solutions
    Live Virtual | Thursday, August 15, 2024 | 3:00 - 3:30 PM ET | .5 ADED Contact Hours | Complimentary Members Only 
    Registration will close 1 hour prior to the start of the session

    Designed after the Soap Box Sessions held at the Annual Conference, the Product Applications Session virtual event provides an opportunity to learn solutions to complex and challenging driver rehabilitation and automotive mobility situations.
    The presentation will feature a case study, demonstrating how a product or service is used to solve a client issue.

    Each Product Application Session is a stand-alone 30-minute event. To earn the contact hours, the participant must attend live for the entire 30 minutes. 

    Presenter Jenny Nordine, OT/L, CDRS

    Description of presentation
    Learn about the Asento/XL Seat and Speedy Lift. Economical options are available to meet your patients' need for independence. Our case studies will feature alternative products and equipment that require no structural modifications to their vehicle. We will discuss seat and transfer board solutions, in addition to lifts for wheelchair stowage.

    Learning Objectives 
    1. Leave familiar with the resources available for Adapt Solutions products.
    2. Gain knowledge on the cost-effective solutions available to you and when to use them. 

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    *Current CDRS' & DRPs please refer to policy 403 for educational activity and contact hour information. Attendance for the entire session is required to earn ADED Contact Hours. 
    ADED's Education Code of Conduct applies to this and all ADED education.  

    Jenny Nordine

    OT/L, CDRS

    Driving to Independence

    With 15 years of experience in acute care and rehabilitation based Occupational Therapy, Jenny Nordine had a strong desire to develop a driving program to provide the ultimate level of independence. This passion was developed into Driving to Independence in 2000.   Driving To Independence has grown to cover the states of Arizona and New Mexico providing a wide variety of opportunities for clients.  Jenny recommends a wide variety of adaptive driving equipment, vehicles and lifts to accommodate each individual’s needs for independence.   Jenny has presented at multiple conferences on subjects related to developing and sustaining Private Practice and Adaptive Drivers Assessment and Training including the Association of Driver Rehabilitation Specialists, the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association, Arizona Occupational Therapy Association, American Stroke Association Stroke Survivor Conference and Arizona Brain Injury Transition conference. This is in addition to recurring engagements at Midwestern University Occupational Therapy program and the Arizona School of Health Sciences Occupational Therapy program. Jenny sat on the Board of Directors for the Association of Driver Rehabilitation Specialists from 2014-2019 with the position of president in 2015 and 2018 and is currently ADED's Leadership Development Chairperson.

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      • Student Member - Free!
      • Mobility Dealer Member - Free!
      • Mobility Staff Member - Free!
      • Corporate Member - Free!
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  • Includes a Live Web Event on 08/13/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT) Includes a Live In-Person Event on 08/13/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    Live Virtual | Tuesday, August 13, 2024 | 12:00 - 12:30 PM ET | .5 ADED Contact Hours | Complimentary Members Only

    Product Application Session 5 - Vantage Mobility
    Live Virtual | Tuesday, August 13, 2024 | 12:00 - 12:30 PM ET | .5 ADED Contact Hours | Complimentary Members Only 
    Registration will close 1 hour prior to the start of the session

    Designed after the Soap Box Sessions held at the Annual Conference, the Product Applications Session virtual event provides an opportunity to learn solutions to complex and challenging driver rehabilitation and automotive mobility situations.
    The presentation will feature a case study, demonstrating how a product or service is used to solve a client issue.

    Each Product Application Session is a stand-alone 30-minute event. To earn the contact hours, the participant must attend live for the entire 30 minutes. 

    Presenter Breanna Snyder, OTRL, CDRS

    Description of presentation
    This product application session will explore clinical considerations for the driver rehabilitation specialist when guiding power wheelchair users through the adaptive vehicle selection and modification process. It will highlight a case study of a 46-year-old Male with Becker Muscular Dystrophy and will focus on the specific product applications that allowed this client to successfully maintain his independence as his condition progressed over time. 

    Learning Objectives 

    1. Understand how a diagnosis of Becker Muscular Dystrophy impacts community mobility over the span of time. 
    2. Learn about the specific product applications that led to a successful transition to adaptive driving for a client with BMD. 


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    *Current CDRS' & DRPs please refer to policy 403 for educational activity and contact hour information. Attendance for the entire session is required to earn ADED Contact Hours. 
    ADED's Education Code of Conduct applies to this and all ADED education.  

    Breanna Snyder

    OTRL, CDRS

    Driving to Independence

    Breanna Snyder is a licensed Occupational Therapist (OTRL) and Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist (CDRS) working at Driving to Independence in Tempe, Arizona. Born and raised in Michigan, she graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a Master of Occupational Therapy and Bachelor of Health Science. She began her career working with a pediatric population, specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorder. She was named an American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Emerging Leader in 2018 and was recognized as one of the “Exceptional Leaders Under 40” by the Lake Havasu City chamber of commerce in 2019. She transitioned into the field of Driver Rehabilitation in 2021 and found a new passion for working with novice neurodiverse drivers. She is a current member of the ADED Education Committee.

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      • Member - Free!
      • Student Member - Free!
      • Mobility Dealer Member - Free!
      • Mobility Staff Member - Free!
      • Corporate Member - Free!
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  • Includes a Live Web Event on 08/07/2024 at 6:30 PM (EDT)

    August 7, 2024 | Live-Virtual | 5:30 - 7:00 PM CT | Complimentary for ADED Members

    Texas Chapter Meeting 8/7/2024
    August 7, 2024 | Live-Virtual | 5:30 - 7:00 PM CT | Complimentary for ADED Members 

    1.) Introductions: (5 to 10 minutes)
         Medical Advisory Board Members:
         a. Dr. Alison Leston, MD – Neurology – Dallas Texas
         b. Dr. Lee Stroud, MD – Internal Medicine – Austin, Texas
         c. Dr. Leanne Burnett, MD – Neurology – Houston, Texas
    2.) Medical Advisory Board Members discussion with questions and answers: This is an open forum, and each ADED member can ask questions as needed. (40 to 50 minutes)
    3.) Closing remarks and thank you to the MAB members for giving their time and knowledge. 

    *Current CDRS' & DRPs please refer to policy 403 for educational activity and contact hour information. Attendance for the entire session is required to earn ADED Contact Hours. 
    ADED's Education Code of Conduct applies to this and all ADED education.  

  • Includes a Live Web Event on 08/02/2024 at 12:30 PM (EDT) Includes a Live In-Person Event on 08/02/2024 at 12:30 PM (EDT)

    Friday, August 2, 2024 | Live- Virtual | 12:30 – 3:00 PM ET | 2 ADED Contact Hours | $10 Members & $20 Non-Members

    KY/TN/WV CHAPTER MEETING
    Friday, August 2, 2024 | Live- Virtual | 12:30 – 3:00 PM ET | 2 ADED Contact Hours | $10 Members & $20 Non-Members

     AGENDA

     12:30pm – 1:30pm   Understanding An Eye Exam Form And Applying That Information In Practice

                                      Presenter:  John Musick, O.D., F.A.A.O. with Ditto and Musick Eye Care Center in Nicholasville, KY

     1:40pm – 2:40pm    Understanding The Kentucky Medical Review Board Process And Their Policies

                                      Presenter: Connie Semones

     2:45pm-3:00pm    Wrap up.  Discuss conference

     

    Must attend entire event to earn contact hours, no partial hours awarded

    Registration confirmation and payment receipts are e-mailed to the attendee. Refunds will not be issued after purchase or for “no-shows.” Partial refunds will not be granted. ADED reserves the right to modify content, timetable, change speakers, or cancel events due to unforeseen/unavoidable circumstances at any time. If ADED cancels an event, a full refund will be provided to registrants. ADED does not offer refunds because of technological issues, should the ADED experience a platform outage, attendees will be provided an appropriate credit.  All complaints relative to the content, instructor, and registration procedures are to be directed to the ADED executive office: 200 1st Ave NW #505 Hickory NC 28601 or via email eLearning@aded.net  

    *Current CDRS' & DRPs please refer to policy 403 for educational activity and contact hour information. Attendance for the entire session is required to earn ADED Contact Hours. 
    ADED's Education Code of Conduct applies to this and all ADED education.  


  • Includes a Live Web Event on 07/30/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT) Includes a Live In-Person Event on 07/30/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    Live Virtual | Tuesday, July 30, 2024 | 12:00 - 12:30 PM ET | .5 ADED Contact Hours | Complimentary Members Only

    Product Application Session 4 - EMC
    Live Virtual | Tuesday, July 30, 2024 | 12:00 - 12:30 PM ET | .5 ADED Contact Hours | Complimentary Members Only 
    Registration will close 1 hour prior to the start of the session

    Designed after the Soap Box Sessions held at the Annual Conference, the Product Applications Session virtual event provides an opportunity to learn solutions to complex and challenging driver rehabilitation and automotive mobility situations.
    The presentation will feature a case study, demonstrating how a product or service is used to solve a client issue.

    Each Product Application Session is a stand-alone 30-minute event. To earn the contact hours, the participant must attend live for the entire 30 minutes. 

    Presenter Anne Hegberg, OTR, CDRS, CDI

    Description of presentation
    Our case study will present a young male client with cervical spinal cord injury resulting in quadriplegia. He was a driver prior to his injury and was referred for Occupational Therapy driver rehabilitation evaluation. The client’s goal is modified independent driving using adaptive driving equipment. The decision process will be presented, eliminating low tech AE to the final decision of high-tech EMC AEVIT 2.0. 

    Learning Objective  
    The importance of collaboration between the CDRS and manufacturer will be highlighted. 

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    *Current CDRS' & DRPs please refer to policy 403 for educational activity and contact hour information. Attendance for the entire session is required to earn ADED Contact Hours. 
    ADED's Education Code of Conduct applies to this and all ADED education.  

    Anne Hegberg

    OTR, CDRS, CDI

    Strive for Independence

    Anne is an occupational therapist (OTR), certified driver rehabilitation specialist (CDRS), and certified driving instructor (CDI). Anne is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine "a long time ago." She has been practicing in the field of driver rehabilitation for over thirty years. Anne is an active member of several of the national organizations that support driver rehabilitation including the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (past-president and years of committee work), the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (board member), and the American Occupational Therapy Association (content expert on several NHTSA studies). Anne has authored chapters on adaptive driving equipment in two textbooks in addition to presenting at numerous local, national, and international occupational therapy and driver rehabilitation educational meetings and conferences. When it comes to adaptive equipment, she likes to think outside of the box and at times asks "what box?" In her free time, Anne loves spending time with her granddaughters.

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      • Mobility Dealer Member - Free!
      • Mobility Staff Member - Free!
      • Corporate Member - Free!
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  • Includes a Live Web Event on 07/25/2024 at 3:00 PM (EDT) Includes a Live In-Person Event on 07/25/2024 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

    Live Virtual | Thursday, July 25, 2024 | 3:00 - 3:30 PM ET | .5 ADED Contact Hours | Complimentary Members Only

    Product Application Session 3 - EMC
    Live Virtual | Thursday, July 25, 2024 | 3:00 - 3:30 PM ET | .5 ADED Contact Hours | Complimentary Members Only 
    Registration will close 1 hour prior to the start of the session

    Designed after the Soap Box Sessions held at the Annual Conference, the Product Applications Session virtual event provides an opportunity to learn solutions to complex and challenging driver rehabilitation and automotive mobility situations.
    The presentation will feature a case study, demonstrating how a product or service is used to solve a client issue.

    Each Product Application Session is a stand-alone 30-minute event. To earn the contact hours, the participant must attend live for the entire 30 minutes. 

    Presenter Tim Jones, OTR, CDRS, CDI

    Description of presentation
    Join us to learn about severe joint contractures and selection of primary and secondary input devices for a high-tech driver. 

    Learning Objective  
    Identify what primary and secondary control input devices were used based on a biomechanical approach using goniometrics and total active motion. 

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    *Current CDRS' & DRPs please refer to policy 403 for educational activity and contact hour information. Attendance for the entire session is required to earn ADED Contact Hours. 
    ADED's Education Code of Conduct applies to this and all ADED education.  

    Tim Jones

    OTR, CDRS, CDI

    Rehabilitation of Frederick, Inc.

    Timis an occupational therapist, driving instructor, certified driverrehabilitation specialist with more than 28 years of experience in Maryland,Virginia, and West Virginia.  Tim worksin the specialized field of driver rehabilitation. He is the owner ofRehabilitation of Frederick, Inc and provides driver evaluation and trainingfor individuals with a variety of disabilities. Tim is an accomplishedpresenter and has taught several workshops on the topic of complex disabilitiesand vehicle modifications for ADED (Association for Driver RehabilitationSpecialists) and the Maryland Department of Transportation.

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      • Mobility Dealer Member - Free!
      • Mobility Staff Member - Free!
      • Corporate Member - Free!
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  • Includes a Live Web Event on 07/23/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT) Includes a Live In-Person Event on 07/23/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    Live Virtual | Tuesday, July 23, 2024 | 12:00 - 12:30 PM ET | .5 ADED Contact Hours | Complimentary Members Only

    Product Application Session 2 - BraunAbility
    Live Virtual | Tuesday, July 23, 2024 | 12:00 - 12:30 PM ET | .5 ADED Contact Hours | Complimentary Members Only 
    Registration will close 1 hour prior to the start of the session

    Designed after the Soap Box Sessions held at the Annual Conference, the Product Applications Session virtual event provides an opportunity to learn solutions to complex and challenging driver rehabilitation and automotive mobility situations.
    The presentation will feature a case study, demonstrating how a product or service is used to solve a client issue.

    Each Product Application Session is a stand-alone 30-minute event. To earn the contact hours, the participant must attend live for the entire 30 minutes. 

    Presenter Tammy Phipps, OTR/L, CDRS

    Description of presentation
    Explore the intricate process of needs assessment and gain invaluable insights into the crucial elements of fitting clients for vehicle modifications. Through a collaborative lens, discover the unparalleled value of working hand-in-hand with a CDRS and BraunAbility, a trusted leader in mobility solutions. Delve into the nuanced dimensions of different vehicle options, variations in carrying capacity, and paramount safety considerations vital for prescribing the perfect solution for wheelchair users. Elevate your expertise and unlock the full potential of vehicle accessibility through this dynamic presentation. 

    Learning Objectives 
    1. Gain insights into the importance of assessing vehicle dimensions, variations in carrying capacity, and safety considerations for wheelchair users to ensure optimal accessibility and safety
    2. Understand the key components of a comprehensive needs assessment for vehicle modifications in specialized driver rehabilitation 

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    *Current CDRS' & DRPs please refer to policy 403 for educational activity and contact hour information. Attendance for the entire session is required to earn ADED Contact Hours. 
    ADED's Education Code of Conduct applies to this and all ADED education. 

    Tammy Phipps,

    OTR/L, CDRS

    Driver Rehabilitation Center of Excellence, LLC

    Tammy earned her MS from the University of South Dakota (12/2000) By 2003, she developed the third hospital-based driver rehabilitation program in SD.  

    During her deployment to Iraq (June 2007-June 2008) she met the Army’s Surgeon General and was recruited to create the driving rehab program at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington DC.  Tammy served as the subject matter expert in driver rehabilitation for Walter Reed, the National Capital Region, and the Office of the Surgeon General.  “Her expertise is critical to DoD/VHA efforts in transforming driving rehab at the national level.” – LTC Sandra Harrison-Weaver, USA.

    For her work with Wounded Warriors, she received the Meritorious Service Medal; an award presented to military members who demonstrate outstanding meritorious achievement.  In 2016 she received The Ralph W. Braun Spirit of Ability Award.

    In August 2016, Tammy opened her private practice, Driver Rehabilitation Center of Excellence, LLC in Chantilly VA.  Her business combines driver rehabilitation and vehicle modifications all in one shop.  She recently expanded to Fredericksburg, VA and Columbus OH.  She has a dedicated staff whose common goal is to make community mobility and driving accessible to as many as possible.   

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      • Student Member - Free!
      • Mobility Dealer Member - Free!
      • Mobility Staff Member - Free!
      • Corporate Member - Free!
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  • Planning to sit for the 2024 CDRS Exam? Join our support sessions for discussion and answers to your questions.

    Planning to sit for the 2024 CDRS Exam?
    Join our support sessions for discussion and answers to your questions.

    All sessions will be held live virtual via eLearning and occur at 12 - 1 PM ET
    DateTopic
    February 21CDRS & Requirements and Pathways
    March 20Preparation
    April 17Handbook & Application 
    May 15Preparation 
    June 19Test Taking Skills