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Being a student with a specific learning need should not prevent you from learning to drive. Of course, there will be those who will be unable to pass a driving test or have the ability to be truly independent in driving, but there are many who are not. Autism, Aspergers, ADHD, Dyspraxia and Dyslexia/Dyscalculi are specific needs that require patience and understanding. We have many years experience teaching young people and adults with these needs. We know how to be patient and work with the student to get the best from them.
Not everyone will get it. We do not have a magic wand that can make every one who has a SEN learn to drive and pass. If we feel that the road to passing will be a long one, we will tell you. If we feel that the driving might not be for you, we will tell you.
Learning to drive with Specific Learning Needs
Useful Links to get more information about SEN and driving
WyeDrive instructors have many years experience teaching learners just like you.
Whilst many driving instructors would be able to teach you, some might lose patience. We understand that driving will present different challenges for you and we promise to be patient.
Being able to adapt your driving lesson to suit you is key when teaching you how to drive. Everyone is different and each persons learning requirement will vary but, with many years of experience, we are able to help you to get the best from your learning.
We welcome your honesty too. Tell us about the challenges you have. The more me know about your specific learning need, and how it affects your daily life, the more prepared we will be to understand and create lessons that work for you
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