FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who benefits from driver rehabilitation services?

We serve individuals that have a permanent or temporary disability who wish to return to driving . Disabilities may include:

  • Neurological impairments caused by stroke, brain injury, Parkinson's Disease, MS, etc.
  • Orthopedic impairments
  • Upper and lower extremity amputation
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Head injury
  • Vision impairments
  • Cognitive impairments

Who can make referrals for your services?

Referrals can be initiated from any source including the client, family members, physicians, therapists, or Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors.

How do I make a referral?

The referring party can call us and we will get the necessary information to schedule the evaluation.  The referral form on this website can be used to expedite the process.  This can be sent by email or printed and faxed to us at 425-373-1320.

What is required for the evaluation?

  • Clients must have a current driver’s license or permit for the behind the wheel portion of the evaluation.
  • The client must be seizure free for 6 months.
  • A physician prescription is required when the referral is initiated from a hospital or medical facility.

Where does the evaluation and training take place?

To make it convenient for our clients, services are typically provided at the client’s residence.

Does Insurance or Medicare pay for Driver Rehabilitation Services?

No, insurance providers and Medicare don’t recognize driver rehabilitation as a medically necessary service.

How are services billed?

Fees are collected at the time services are delivered for self-pay clients. Please contact us to discuss the fee schedule.