In-Office Cognitive Assessment (DCAT)
This standardized, objective assessment includes six tasks that measure 22 variables relevant to the functional abilities related to driving. Though the interface for the in-office assessment is a computer touch screen, the driver does not need any computer skills.
It is administered by certified health professionals and can be used to:
On-Road Cognitive Evaluation (DORE)
This evidence-based driving evaluation uses a standardized, evidence-based protocol to ensure drivers are assessed fairly and accurately. It is used to determine if a driver has the cognitive abilities needed to drive when the DCAT is inconclusive.
It is conducted by certified driving instructors and can be used to: