For many people, one of the first things they focus on after their initial recovery from their brain injury, is when they can get back to driving. However, as we know, driving uses many complex thinking and physical skills which may have been affected by a brain injury.
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Contributors and Sources
Booklet content and concept development: Brain Injury Information and Support Team, Headway Ireland: Ruth Lunnon (Lead), Catherine O’Hare and Richard Stables.
Acknowledgement: Our sincere thanks to the many Headway clients whose shared experiences made such a valuable contribution to the writing of this booklet and to the Headway Rehabilitation staff who kindly facilitated them in this work.
- Driving after brain injury Tamsin Ahmad, Headway UK (2016).
- Returning to Driving after Brain Injury leaflet, National Rehabilitation Hospital (2013).
- The Disabled Drivers Associationddai.ie
- The Irish Wheelchair Association iwa.ie
- Your health and driving: Sláinte agus Tiomáint Medical Fitness to Drive Guidelines 2015, The Road Safety Authority www.rsa.ie (2015)
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Please note: we have done our best to provide information that is correct and up-to-date. However, we cannot be responsible for any errors or omissions. Everyone’s brain injury affects them differently. You should not consider this information as a substitute for getting advice from a doctor or other professional.
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