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Published on May 15, 2012
This electric mobility wheelchair is set up so the controls work in the opposite way i.e. push lever forward and you go backwards, push left and you go righ etc...... you get the idea? It is a very effective way to help you appreciate the difficulties some people face when their brain processes some things in a different way. The fantastic services offered by the Queen Elizabeth Mobility Assessment Centre in Surrey are a credit to the QEF and Centre staff. On Board Training's Specialist Disability Driver Trainer Judy Hale has ten years experience as a driving instructor and teaches learners, full licence holders for refresher and advanced training as well as supporting and mentoring all levels of student who may have special needs or requirements to help them achieve their goals. She has an excellent manner with her students and has also recently completed the year long Tri-Coaching Edexcel Btec Level 4 Professional Award in Coaching in Driver Development. Judy is seen here on Tuesday 15th May 2012 at the end of day 1 of the QEF Mobility Centre 3 day ADI Disability Awareness Course. Her relaxed nature and outgoing personality is clearly seen at the end of the video.