RoadSafe Training is University qualified and trained in Rehabilitation and aged assessments and has extensive experience in teaching students with special needs and requirements. RoadSafe Training works with Medical professionals and is NDIS registered.
“The educational requirements of pupils or students suffering from any of a wide range of physical disabilities, medical conditions, intellectual difficulties, or emotional problems, including deafness, blindness, dyslexia, learning difficulties, and behavioural problems.” – Collins dictionary.
RoadSafe Training does not suggest that any two conditions are like another. We endeavour to learn as much about each students individual needs and requirements. We then tailor the coaching and lesson plan around the student.
We want them to learn about safe driving habits, what we call unconscious competence. We teach each student based on their unique way of learning and encourage every student to give feedback on how we can improve for them.
RoadSafe Training’s methods successfully calm and help students who are anxious about driving. They are then able to take control of their challenge and learn how to stay in control of their vehicle and stay safe.
RoadSafe Training, working with health professional has taught many driving instructors and driving schools these skills to help the community. Encouraging people with challenges to drive and be able to enjoy their freedom. We want the student to feel empowered to become an independent and safe driver.
RoadSafe Training works with Medical and health professionals, parents/supervisors or family members. Providing a holistic approach to the students needs and teaching. This helps to identify the unique triggers of the student. We can then tailor our teaching strategy and learning plan to their individual requirements. Improving our students learning outcomes and creates safe drivers for life.
RoadSafe Trainings specialised instructors have experience with aged assessing, disabilities, various special needs and requirements. Including but not limited to:
- Missing limbs
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Hearing Impairments
- Learning Difficulties /Various learning disorders diagnosed or otherwise
- Personality Disorders.
- Spatial / Depth awareness concerns.
- Sensory Auditory Processing Disorders.
- Loss of concentration
- Panic Attacks
- Accident Rehabilitation
- friend or family involved in an accident anxiety
RoadSafe Training welcomes working with Doctors, Occupational Therapists, health professionals, insurance companies and vehicle modifiers to assist in a smooth effective transition.
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