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Assessment and rehabilitation of driver skills: subjective experiences of people with multiple sclerosis and health professionals.

Conclusions: The results of this study highlight the need for ongoing support in relation to driving for people with MS, ranging from support for self-management, driving assessment and retraining, and preparation for loss of license. Standardised information needs to be developed and health professionals and licensing authorities require knowledge and skills to ensure driver assessment and rehabilitation processes and resources can better meet the needs of people with MS. Implications for Rehabilitation There is a need for health professionals to examine driving in people with MS in a holistic manner taking into account the context for the person and the supports available. Self-management and self-assessment emerged as a preferred approach for the participants in this study, indicating t…

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Assessment and rehabilitation of driver skills: subjective experiences of people with multiple sclerosis and health professionals.

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