Adaptive Driving Evaluation & Training Program (ADET)
ADET is an evaluation and training program designed for persons with disabilities. The goal of the program is to enable persons with disabilities to learn to drive safely and independently in their own vehicles with the use of adaptive equipment and/or compensatory techniques. The evaluator identifies individuals with physical or cognitive impairments who have the potential to drive safely and then works with them to acquire their permit or license. This includes clinical and on-the-road training.
Common diagnosis served by this program:
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Impairments in Visual Processing
- Spina Bifida
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Cerebral Palsy
- Intellectual Disabilities
- Various Progressive Diseases
For more information regarding this program, please call 731-984-7640 or email Woody Tatman at Woody.Tatman@wth.org.
Please view the images on the right side of this page and play the video below for an example of a participant in the program.