Driver Evaluation Program
Bayfront Medical Center offers an evaluation by an occupational therapist to
individuals needing to determine if they are safe on the road and what
adaptive equipment can be used to allow them to return to driving
again. It is a two part evaluation. Part one is a clinical assessment
of eye-hand-foot coordination, reaction time, visual scanning ability,
and other cognitive and motor functions. The second part, if needed, is
a road test of driver safety, awareness of laws, and training needed.
For more more details, cost information, or to arrange for an evaluation, call 727-893-6710. Staff will arrange for required documents, including the required prescription from the health care provider. To be evaluated the person must have a current driver's license, 20/40 corrected vision in one eye, and be seizure-free for 6 months.
Bayfront Medical Center
Karen Kearney, OTR/L, CDRS