For this first main blog, I wanted to do something special for autism and driving. For the autism population, resources on driving are inconsistent in each state. Some states where adaptive driving schools may exist, while you have states like Connecticut where the number of driver rehab specialists are low. Even before all my advocacy efforts, resources were still limited by the state you are in. Some autistic individuals and their families have to work on their own to find a way to make driving work. As part of the new blog section here, I want to do a special project on autism and driving. I am creating a list of driving schools and other resources state by state.
Each state blog post will cover the following resources ranging from driving schools, providers, pages, laws and other projects that relate to driving. With everything listed, it makes it easier for autistic individuals and their families to get a head start in finding the right program for their needs. These pages will actively be updated soon when new providers and other resources appear. I want these pages to be current as possible, so all of you can make a strong decision!
Here is the list of current blog posts that are up there. In good times, more pages will be coming up. Bookmark this page to keep up with updates. Feel free to comment on the individual state’s blog post if you know of a resource that should be added. Thank you so much for checking out this.
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