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Driving and transport alternatives

13) Summary

By the end of this topic you should:

  • Know about rules for driving after stroke and how to get help.
  • Know about the Driving Assessment Service.
  • Know about Adapted cars.
  • Know how to apply for a blue badge.
  • Know about transport alternatives for wheelchair users.
  • Know how to assist the person in and out of a car safely.
  • Know how to find information about rail, air and sea journeys for wheelchair users or people with limited mobility.
  • Know about travel concessions for visually impaired.
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