This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Have you ever wondered how people with disabilities manage to look at the bright side of life? Being pitied and ogled is certainly no fun. I think the key to living a full and happy life is to be independent, to do things for themselves instead of burdening friends and family members with the responsibility.
NMEDA can help the elderly or disabled get back onto the road of independence. This non-profit trade association educates consumers on buying products from a NMEDA qualified dealer. In this effort, they ensure safe driving and equipment for the disabled by upholding the safety standards of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Since no two people with a disability are exactly alike, consumers must be suspicious of adapted wheelchair vehicles sold over the Internet or through catalogs. NMEDA offers a personalized “in-person” evaluation, so you can be sure you are getting the right driving solution customized to the person’s 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 quality.
It can be a confusing and difficult process for caregivers to find solutions that meet the needs of those they care for. Why not let a qualified professional assist in the process?
Visit nmeda.org and on the homepage, hit the dealers locator and type in your ZIP code to find a qualified dealer near you.