Norman's OTDA story
13 May 2021
For many people, driving is essential for maintaining engagement in the community. Not being able to drive can have a significant impact on quality of life.
While continuing to drive after an illness or injury may not be realistic for all people, Indigo’s Driving Services team has assisted many individuals to maintain their independence on the road. This may include incorporating vehicle modifications or structured rehabilitation programs.
Norman works four days per week and as the proud “driver” of the family he was keen to retain his driving identity. Indigo’s Driving Services team recommended hand control modifications as the way to keep Norman in the driver’s seat.
Norman has happily returned to driving in a modified vehicle, which has greatly increased his confidence and ability to keep driving safely.