For many of us, being able to drive means independence, mobility and a sense of control in our lives. Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute’s unique Driver Assessment and Training service consists of both assessment and training.
Since 1978, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute has been a leader in driver assessment and training for seniors and people with disabilities. We provide assessment and training for experienced drivers and those seeking to understand their potential to learn to drive.
To make an appointment call 612-262-7855.
See our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
The two-part comprehensive driver assessment consists of clinical and in-vehicle assessments.
All information is kept confidential, but we encourage involvement with your physician and family. With your permission, your physician is given a copy of your completed assessment results.
Recommendations generally fall into one of the following categories:
Driver Assessment and Training services typically are self-pay. In some cases, funding may be available through the State's Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services, workers' compensation, school systems and Medicaid waivers.* Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute offers a cost share program for those who qualify based on income and assets; contact the scheduling team for more information.
*Waiver case managers, please submit a service agreement and the
Waiver Services Request form.
To make an appointment, call 612-262-7855. For more information, call 612-775-2829 or send us an
family’s perspective on driver assessment
Driver Assessment brochure
Frequently Asked Questions about Driver Assessment
Check out this
special report produced by AAA - The Auto Club Group, the Mobility for Minnesota’s Aging Population (MMAP) and the Department of Public Safety Office of Traffic Safety (DPS/OTS).
Members of the assessment team include occupational therapists, Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (CDRS), and driving instructors licensed by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
Marybeth's story - on page 3 of State of MN Annual Report