Aug 10, 2010

Qualified Mobility Dealers

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Do you have an elderly family member or a loved one with disability? Sometimes, these people deserve to have a break. They want to go out and have fun either at the mall or just go out sightseeing in nature. But before we allow them to do so, we must consider first and foremost their safety. It's best to take that extra precaution so that we don't add insult to injury. Have you ever heard about NMEDA? They are a group of professionals or an association of mobility dealers, manufacturers and rehabilitation that promote safety. These vehicles are reliable and are modified to enhance accessibility for all people. As people are unique, it is imperative to get an equipment, a wheelchair for example, that is best suited or designed for a specific individual. It can be customized for the person's specific lifestyle and needs. NMEDA can even provide qualified personnel to train or assist you should you need one. One of their main goals is to help disabled people get back on the road to independence.

NMEDA also has a Quality Assurance Program, or QAP, that is recognized nationally for its accreditation program for the adaptive mobility equipment industry. Its principle is based on consistent customers satisfaction and must have a systematic and documented approach to quality in companies. NMEDA does not sell anything but it is a non-profit trade association wherein they educate consumers on buying products from a qualified dealer.

If you're interested, you can visit and on their homepage, hit the dealers locator and type in your ZIP code and see if there is a qualified dealer near to your place. You are also free to leave a comment there.

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