Device adapted to pass the theoretical part of the driving license
The APEDA is a resource center, which welcomes, provides information and gives support to deaf people, their close relatives and caregivers. The association works for their social inclusion by improving the prevention and the raising awareness of the public and the institutions.
The « Device adapted to pass the theoretical part of the driving license » project aims at helping deaf and hearing-impaired persons to pass the driving license thanks to an instructor using Sign Language.
PSA Foundation will support the driving license acquisition, making access to employment easier for deaf and hear-impaired persons.
Marc DUTERQUE Pilote Métier SCIL International - Sochaux - Groupe PSA
"As the APEDA-BFC departmental delegate for the Belfort territory and as a hearing-impaired child’s father, I am aware of that kind of disability and of the daily difficulties, we are facing: passing the theoretical part of the driving license is one of them.
The project of the association will improve the professional inclusion of the deaf and hearing-impaired people. That is the reason why I am proud of sponsoring this project, which will come true thanks to the PSA Foundation."