Wednesday, May 26, 2010

NMEDA: The Best in Helping the Disabled

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

If you or someone you love is handicapped then you need to check out the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association, otherwise known as NMEDA. They’re a non-profit agency and they won’t try to sell you a thing; they’re there to help you. Every single one of their members is required to follow strict safety policies that are required by standards of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Their dealers sell vehicle modifications and handicap vans. They are also the one place that promotes safe driving and equipment for disabled persons.

With the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association you get one on one help and evaluations so that you don’t get a piece of equipment that doesn’t work for you. Since every person who is handicapped is unique, why settle for catalog or internet equipment that may or may not be a right fit?

NMEDA has dealers and Quality Assurance Program (QAP) dealers and each are unique. The Quality Assurance Program is one of a kind and the only program nationally recognized for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry. They feel that they have to make a documented and systematic approach to quality in order to serve their customers and be sure of their satisfaction.

NMEDA can be the one group that can help disabled persons or elderly persons get back their independence.

Be sure to visit their site, enter your zip code and find a qualified dealer near you. In my area there are more than 5 dealers available. Leave a comment and let me know how many you found.
Visit my sponsor: NMEDA

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