Lesson 10, Topic 1
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Teaching People with Disabilities


There are many people around the country with disabilities that have passed their driving test and drive perfectly safely every day. There are many adaptations that can be made to cars to make this possible. Some may be minor like fitting a steering ball to the steering wheel or as major as the steering wheel being replaced with a joystick.

Teaching a person with a disability is the same as teaching anyone else as the content is the same. You will have to adapt your teaching to overcome whatever problems you encounter. This can be some of the most rewarding teaching you ever do.

The ‘Driving Instructors Handbook’ has comprehensive information and contacts you may find useful if teaching anyone with a disability.
The ‘Disability Driving Instructors’ website has comprehensive information you may find useful if teaching anyone with a disability.

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