Topic : skills assessment

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Are your instructors cut out for the job of training bus drivers?

| May 14, 2019

The importance of a solid instructional staff should not be taken lightly. A weak, inconsistent instructor will produce a weak, inconsistent student.

St. Cloud Training Center Improves Paratransit Process

Accessibility| May 2, 2016

Prior to opening its $2.2 million facility, Metro Bus paid a health care agency to conduct the physical assessments. Now, trained staff performs applicant interviews and cognitive and physical assessments during one appointment, creating a cost savings of about $125 per assessment.

Accessibility| September 14, 2015

[Video] Paratransit Skills Assessment for Adults on the Autism Spectrum

What type of paratransit service is appropriate for adults on the autism spectrum who do not drive or currently use public transportation in New Jersey? Rutgers CAIT is evaluating effectiveness of a new assessment method intended to help adults with ASD determine if they can use paratransit services independently. To take part in this study, contact Cecilia Feeley,
Transportation Autism Project Manager, at [email protected] or 848-445-2975. Published on Jun 23, 2015

Accessibility| September 14, 2015

Finding Out How Adults with Autism Get Where They Need to Go

A Rutgers study is first step toward making it easier for adults on the autism spectrum to use public transportation.

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