Alongside other specialist exhibitors, Driving Mobility will be demonstrating its range of assisted driving and mobility assessment services for all ages at this year’s virtual Disability Awareness Day.
In confirming its attendance, Driving Mobility explained how service users self-refer or are signposted to its 20 Centres from the DVLA, Motability, the Police and healthcare professionals such as GPs and Occupational Therapists.
It detailed how these Centres provide over 70 outreach facilities bringing services closer to where people live.
Centres are managed by independent charities or NHS departments – all focused on helping people with disabilities or life changing diagnosis to continue driving safely.
Commenting on its attendance, the company’s CEO Edward Trewhella, said: “We are delighted to be supporting DAD this year as we believe it is a fantastic initiative to help people with restricted mobility on an international scale.
“Our stand will include an array of useful information including case studies, videos and a brochure that introduces our services. Visitors will be able to contact us direct to enquire about driving and mobility assessments.”