Disability Driving Instructors
What does it do?
Disability Driving Instructors (DDI) is a not for profit Community Interest Company that was set up primarily as a free information and advice service for disabled people wanting to learn to drive for the first time or get back to driving after accident or illness. The website also includes an online postcode searchable register of specialist driving instructors who can help people with physical disability, with specific learning difficulties / special educational needs and those with hearing difficulties.
Who is it for?
Parents wanting advice about the process for learning to drive. Young people themselves who are wanting to learn to drive. Anybody who needs information and advice about the specialist service that is offered for young people with SEND / behavioural difficulties
The information and advice service is free to the end user either online at the website, via email or phone, see below for contact details.
Address: Based in Derbyshire we cover all of the UK.
Practical driving test
Assessment and advice
Who to contact
- Needs Level
- With Support, With Specialist Support
- SEN Provision Type