Learning to drive can be overwhelming for anyone but especially for those with Special Educational Needs such as Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADD and ADHD. By taking a calm, patient and individual approach we can find a flexible and creative alternative to teaching that works for you. For additional information please visit the National Autistic Society click here: https://www.autism.org.uk/about/family-life/everyday-life/driving.aspx
Processing and sequencing information can be tricky when learning to drive. At Kath Bools Automatic our experienced instructor will help build routines by breaking down information into manageable parts. We will take notes during the session to assist with explanations, give regular breaks and support all aspects of learning right through to the driving test and beyond.
Kath Bools has participated in an Autism Awareness Training Programme Level 2: Supporting Autistic Adults and a Neurodiversity course and has many years of practical in car experience supporting neurodiverse learners.
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