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Driving and Driver Rehab
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Clock drawing test
The client is asked to reproduce the face of a clock set to a specific time. This test may detect difficulties with visuospatial skills, visual perception, selective attention, memory, abstract thinking, and executive functioning.
Ishihara Color Test
This measure of color perception tests for red or green color deficiencies
A contrast sensitivity test measures how well a person can discern objects with fuzzy, poorly defined edges or low-contrast objects that may be only slightly brighter or darker than their surroundings, which is important in night driving.
Optec Functional Visual Analyzer
This tool assesses a variety of visual skills by providing a series of illuminated slides addressing areas such as depth perception, acuity, contrast sensitivity, phorias, glare recovery, and color perception and recognition.
This test assesses vision impairment and how quickly a person recovers vision after exposure to a bright light source.
These assessments test visual scanning and selective attention as a client scans a grouping of letters and has to select and draw a line through the targeted letter.
motor free visual perception test
Assesses a persons visual-perceptual ability in the domains of spatial relationships, visual closure, visual discrimination, visual memory, and figure ground. No motor involvement is needed to make a response
Symbol Digit Modalities Test
This test assesses neurocognitive function underlying many substitution tasks, including attention, visual scanning, and motor speed. It is a timed test in which clients are asked to match numbers to a series of symbols according to a reference key using paper and pencil.
useful field of view
This three-part computer-based cognitive assessment is
used to determine crash risk
. It assesses (1)
central vision loss and cognitive processing speed
, and (3)
. After completing the three tests, clients are catego- rized according to a 5-point rating scale ranging from very low crash risk to very high crash risk.
Snellen wall chart
this is used to test static acuity at varied distances
Humphrey Field Analyzer
used to test visual field for the 24 to 30 degree radius of the visual field
Goldman Perimetry Test
used to test visual field for mid to far peripheral vision
assessment of motor and process skills
This observational measure is used to assess quality of performance in completing standardized ADL tasks.
clinical dementia rating
This 5-point scale categorizes levels of demential and is based on domains of cognition, functional performance, including memory, orientation, judgement, and problem solving, community affairs, home and hobbies and personal care. The scale ranges from normal cognition to severe dementia.
cognitive behavioral drivers inventory
This computer-based neurocognitive battery is validated for people with traumatic brain injury and is designed to assess the cognitive and behavioral skills required for driving.
cognitive linguistic quick test
This assessment battery consists of five cognitive domains (attention, memory, executive functions, language, and visuospatial skills) and was developed for adults with neurological impairment. It includes a clock drawing test.
This standardized evaluation to determine driver competence consist of 3 parts: the computer-based assessment tool and the on-road evaluation.
Porteus Maze Test
this paper and pencil tracing activity is correlated with on-road driving performance.
Mini Mental State Exam
this brief assessment of cognitive function includes the domain of comprehension, reading, writing, drawing tasks, arithmetic, memory, and orientation.
montreal cognitive assessment
This brief assessment of cognitive function includes the domains of memory recall, visuospatial abilities, and executive function. It includes a clock drawing test.
Neurobehavioral Cognitive Status Examination
This examination is available in paper- and computer-based formats. It is a brief neurocognitive as- sessment that includes the domains of consciousness, orientation, attention span, language, con- structional ability, memory, calculation, and reasoning and judgment.
assessment of rules of the road and sign recognition
the practitioner assesses the areas of symbolic recognition, reasoning, and judgement pertaining to driving rules and statutes
short blessed test
This brief 6-item assessment is used to identify cognitive function related to dementia. The test assesses the domains of memory , orientation, and concentration.
Trail Making Test, Parts A and B
paper and pencil assessment measuring cognitive flexibility, motor control, perceptual complexity, visual scanning and executive function
Wechsler Digit Symbol Test
measures visual perception, motor and mental speed, and visual-motor coordination
Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency
Assesses fine motor precision/integration, manual dexterity, bilateral coordination, balance, running speed and agility, upper limb coordination and strength
brake reaction timer
This timer measures the time required to move the foot from the accelerator to the brake in response to a stimulus such as a red light. Options are available to expand to complex or choice reaction times in responding to multiple stimuli requiring choice of response.
finger to nose and toe tap tests
These timed motor coordination tests for the upper and lower extremities detect dysmetria and coordination problems.
timed up and go
timed performance of getting up from a chair, walking ten feet, turning around, and walking back to sit down again; indicator of a fall risk
rapid pace walk
In this timed clinical test, clients are instructed to walk 10 feet up and 10 feet back as fast as they feel safe and comfortable. This test is used as a measure for postural instability and gait disturbance.
assessment of driving related skills
This assessment battery developed by the American Medical Association addresses domains required for driver fitness: vision, cognition, and motor function.
driving health inventory
This computer-based assessment battery assesses the domains of vision, cognition, and motor function as they pertain to increased crash risk.
occupational therapy driver off road assessment
Occupational therapy practitioners use a battery of assessments to find clients' strengths and weaknesses and pinpoint areas on which to focus during rehabilitation without going on road.
closed route evaluation
this closed route assessment is typically performed in an area without traffic and pedestrians, such as a vacated or limited access parking lot. Assessment pertains to knowledge and understanding of vehicle features and of vehicle control at low speeds
Open road with fixed route evaluation
the open-course assessment used neighborhood streets and intersections with naturally occurring traffic and other road users
Naturalistic driving and instrumented vehicles
Driving assessment occurs under real-world conditions, with data collection occurring through vehicle instrumentation such as video feeds of the driver and the driving environment and vehicle kinematics
these simulators use interactive, computer based programs to simulate the activity of driving
Simulator Sickness Questionnaire
This questionnaire measures symptoms of simulator sickness. Awareness of symptoms can help with implementation of mitigation strategies.
Driving Habits Questionnaire
This instrument captures information about avoidance behaviors that are often identified as compensatory strategies in older drivers
This workbook helps clients look at their driving knowledge and skill in relation to their health conditions and medications.
Fitness-to-Drive Screening Measure
This 54-item measure enables occupational therapy practitioners and family members, caregivers, and significant others of older drivers to screen at-risk older drivers
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