Driving is a high-risk activity for teenagers, and those with learning or attention disorders face even greater challenges behind-the-wheel.
When compared to other teens, a young driver with AD/HD is:
twice as likely to get a speeding ticket,,
four times more likely to have been the driver in an accident that resulted in injuries, and
seven times more likely to be involved in two or more accidents. (Source: AD/HD & Driving, J. Marlene Snyder, Ph.D)
Our Virtual Driver Interactive™ Driving Simulators have been shown to improve the the cognitive skills associated with driving in teens who are diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD, ADHD), Non-Verbal Learning Disorder (NLD) and other learning issues:
Click here for more information on how to help teen drivers with ADD drive more safely.