This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.
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My grandfather is about to celebrate his 93rd birthday in a few months. I have always been close with him; I know that it saddens him that he will not be able to see me get married in three months because of his limited mobility. This is why I am excited when I found out about NMEDA, which is a non profit trade association. NMEDA does not sell anything, but they educate consumers on what to buy from NMEDA dealers. One cool fact is that they are the only association that promotes safe driving as well as equipment for disabled people.
I found out that NMEDA could improve the quality of life of people having mobility issues by helping them gain mobility and gain more of a sense of independence. NMEDA actually does a personal home evaluation and makes personalized solutions for that person’s exact needs.
NMEDA has Quality Assurance Program deals. They are the only nationally recognized accreditation program from the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry. The Q.A.P has the principle that companies must be systematize and documented approach to quality to satisfy customers.
Try to visit www.nmeda.org and hit the dealers’ locator. Type in your ZIP code and check if there is a qualified dealer close to you.