An Occupational Therapist for 16 years, Nathalie Drouin brings a wide range of experience to the field including acute care, pediatrics and geriatrics. For the past six years, she has worked in an outpatient setting while gaining almost three years’ experience in the area of Driver Rehabilitation. Roger C. Peace Rehabilitation Hospital and Clemson University have an established collaborative evidenced-based research effort in which Nathalie has been heavily involved in for the past four years. She is active with ADED nationally and has served as a committee member in developing the Fundamentals of Driver Rehabilitation course. She was a committee member for the Education and Scholarship committees and is now the chair for the Education Committee. Nathalie has presented twice at the ADED National Conference.
Why do we address the older driver as a separate population of individuals with impairments that impact driving? New drivers tend to seek driver rehabilitation… read more
How do common vision disorders relate to driver performance, and what training and remediation techniques can be implemented to improve driver performance? Nathalie Drouin, OTR/L,… read more