New Driving Simulator at Providence-Providence Park helps seniors and their loved ones make difficult decisions

The Rose Family Senior Assessment for Independent Living (SAIL) Center welcomed a brand new driving simulator to Novi last week. This new equipment adds valuable capabilities to the physical, psychosocial and functional assessments that seniors undergo at the SAIL Center. The M300WS-OT system is engineered to deliver superior driving simulation and a realistic driving experience. It includes three driving displays that offer a 135-degree driver field of view, a full-size steering wheel with dynamic feedback, and advanced automotive foot pedals.

See the full article at MI-Connection (June 15, 2017 issue, pg. 2)