University of Chester Course Student Assignments - Driving Mobility

University of Chester Course Student Assignments

Anonymised student assignments from the University of Chester Professional and Postgraduate Certificate courses

Understanding Medical Conditions & Their Impact on Driving

Assessing clients who have Achondroplasia

Are Post Stroke Survivors Safe to Drive at Night?

Anxiety Disorder and its Impact on the Driving Assessment

The Cognitive Effects of MS when Driving using Hand Controls

ADHD and How This Condition Affects Learning to Drive

A Critical Reflection on Type II Diabetes and Driving

Autism Spectrum Disorder in relation to a driving assessment for those with provisional entitlement to drive

Current assessment practices of clients following a lower limb amputation, wishing to return to driving.

Current assessment practices of clients with Multiple Sclerosis and the impact of fatigue on the outcome of the assessment

Dementia and the possible ability to learn new driving skills

A comparative case study reflection on fitness to drive processes and outcomes following a diagnosis of dementia

Peripheral Neuropathy in the feet with clients who have Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease and the potential impact this has on driving safety

MS, Peripheral Neuropathy and Third-Party Driving Instructors

Muscular Dystrophy – how the condition can affect steering


The review driving assessment process for clients with a diagnosis of Dementia

The Effects of Driving After a Right Leg Amputation

The impact of Motor Neurone Disease on the Driving Process

The impact of Motor Neurone Disease on the Driving Process

The impact of MS in relation to Fitness to Drive

The Physiological effect of Ankylosing Spondylitis on Fitness to Drive

Young people and adults with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder

Understanding Cognition & Vision in Relation to Fitness to Drive

A critical reflection on the impact of Delirium on fitness to drive should we assess a client with suspected Delirium

A critical review of the impact cataracts have on safe driving ability

Adults learning to drive with an intellectual disability

Assessing Cognitive Capacity to Consent to a Driving Assessment

Can cognitive processes be evaluated more effectively during on-road assessment

Cognition in autistic spectrum disorders

Cognitive function in clients with Dementia during a during a driving assessment

Does client insight into their own cognitive decline affect their receipt of negative feedback following an unsafe drive

Does having a better understanding of cognition disorders help determine a better outcome following a driving assessment

Drivers with Glaucoma related peripheral visual field deficits

Impaired cognition & the ability to drive safely using alternative controls

Left-sided Visual Inattention

Measuring Attention in People with Dementia


Returning to Driving for people with a stroke diagnosis

Should cognitive tests be used on all driving assessments and by whom

The Impact of Young Onset Dementia on Fitness to Drive

Understanding the impact of stress on cognitive performance

Understanding the importance of visual attention as a cognitive function

Visual Assessment and Standardisation

The Use of Assistive Technology to Facilitate Safe Driving

Disabilities and Assistive Technology

Musculoskeletal issues & the use of adaptive driving controls

Preparing learner drivers with disabilities for the new driving test

Specialist Vehicle Assessment for a client with MS

Use of assistive technology in vehicles

Use of AT for physical impairment to the lower limbs

Use of autonomous vehicle technology in everyday driving

Use of electronic ring accelerators in impaired lower limb function

Use of satellite navigation in the assessment process

Use of wheelchair head restraints when travelling in a vehicle