This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.My grandmother had expired a week ago and I'm wondering if only NMEDA is available in our place, probably she could have enjoyed those remaining days in her life with ease and convenience using a customized wheelchair. NMEDA or National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association is a non-profit trade association specifically created to educate consumers on buying the right mobility products only from NMEDA qualified dealers.
If caregivers in my place can carry out their responsibilities with NMEDA Mobility vehicles, for sure elderly and disabled persons might easily gain comfort and independence. Each disability is not exactly the same and finding the appropriate vehicle for your loved ones’ specific needs can help adapt a product to fit those requirements. NMEDA adheres to the safety standards of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
In partnership with dealers and Quality Assurance Program (QAP) dealers, NMEDA promotes safe driving and equipment for elderly and also to disabled people. They are the only group that cater to these needs and the only accredited program that is recognized nationally for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry.
Finding the right mobility equipment for you and for your lovedones is the best gift we can give them. I visited NMEDA website and a dealer locator is just a click away. Try to type in your zip code to see how close you are to a dealer in your country. If you need the right driving solution customized according to your preference, NMEDA can help you.