182- NMEDA

 Tuesday, March 15, 2011

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.
I love getting the word out about organizations that better the lives of members of our society.

 I was at the mall a couple days ago and saw a  family getting into their vehicle after shopping. One among them was a handicapped person. It looked like it was very difficult to get the man inside, but somehow managed to enter. Have you ever wondered the life of a disabled people? I really feel amazed and encouraged by those handicapped people who endures there situation and lived just like an ordinary person did. I love seeing how organizations like NMEDA helps and assist those people who are handicapped.  
I think we take it for granted that we are mobile and can get places without much work or dicciculties. Its terrible when you think about all the poeple who are not mobile and need websites like NMEDA to help them get through their day. What a great website and I am so grateful that I can do something nice and right this for them.

NMEDA is a non-profit trade association; they educate consumers on buying products from a NMEDA qualified dealer.

NMEDA DOES NOT SELL ANYTHING: NMEDA is the only association that promotes safe driving and equipment for disabled people. They are non-profit and their members are required to adhere to the safety standards of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. NMEDA dealers (members) are the ones who sell handicap vans and vehicle modifications for disabled people.

No two people with a disability are exactly the same. Beware of adapted wheelchair vehicles sold over the Internet or through catalogs. After a personalized “in-person” evaluation, you can be sure you are getting the right driving solution customized to your specific lifestyle and needs. If you need additional training or product refinements, your NMEDA dealer is there to help you.

The Quality Assurance Program (QAP) is the only nationally recognized accreditation program for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry. It is based on the principle that in order to satisfy customers consistently, companies must have a systematic and documented approach to qualityNMEDA.

I can only imagine how it would be to have a disability and not be able to be mobile. I love what NMEDA is doing to help people be mobile and be safe about it. What is even better is that a NMEDA dealer can help the elderly or disabled get back onto the road of independence.
Visit NMEDA's homepage www.nmeda.org on the internet and see if there is a qualified dealer near you by clicking the dealers’ locator and typing in your ZIP code   
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