Thursday, September 13, 2012

National Mobility Equipment Dealer Association

This post brought to you by NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.
There are many people in this country who suffer from disabilities. Unfortunately, many people with disabilities are unable to get around which is why you should checkout NMEDA. This organization provides people with mobility equipment dealers and manufacturers who can help get them quality products to become more mobile. They can also help find driver rehabilitation specialists and other professionals who can help modify their vehicles to make them more disability friendly. One thing they do is provide quality assurance which can help you make sure that their products are built with quality. You should visit a NMEDA QAP (Quality Assurance Program) Dealer for mobility solutions to get more information on how this program can help you. The Quality Assurance Program offers many great services such as 24 hour local emergency assistance. They can even do an in-person evaluation to better understand your needs and help you find the best product for your disability. You probably won’t get this service from other dealerships. It can greatly improve your mobility if you have a wheelchair accessible vehicle because you can get in and out of it by yourself. You should visit the NMEDA’s website to see how they can help you. Why would you use another company when this company has all the information you will need to make sure your vehicle is equipped with the latest in disability technology. You can easily use their website to locate a QAP certified dealer, and you will discover shortly that they are very trustworthy.
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21 comments :

tatess said...

I always wonder where and how do the disabled people get those kind of vehicle. thanks to this post, now I know and gave me an idea about NMEDA.

Jessica Cassidy said...

Company like this is wonderful because they help disable people or older people to feel comfy while going somewhere like in their appointments. I ride one when I was working at the nursing home :-)

Author said...

Yes, another good company to spread nowadays so that people will be aware that there is such equipment/assistance/gears that will make people with disabilities life's a lot easier. And agreed to that 100%, for the public transport to be more disability friendly.

Adin B said...

Before I always asked my husband how in the world makasaka ang mga tawo nga ga wheelchair sa vehicle.. unsaon man na nila? then ingon akoa husband na naa man daw vehicle nga for people like this na disabled.. preha sa nursing home naa sila mura lifter sa passengers na dili na kalakaw and ga wheelchair lang. still nice kay makagawas sa balay and makalaag pod bisan ga wheelchair na.

Genny said...

It is very true here in US there are lots of help you can get specially disabled people. I know many who are receiving lots of benefits because they are disable. But Pinas kaya mamatay ka na lang ehhehe...

Chie said...

This is a great help to the elderly or those with disabilities.

jheylo said...

i just thought, if my MIN was still alive and since we offered her to stay with us when she gets better at the time, we would probably have to get this kind of vehicle. she was paralyzed from waist to her foot and having this kind of van would be of great advantage for her. That's if she was still alive and accepted our offer to live with us...

Zoan said...

Hmm
This makes me think if they also offer their services to other country such as the Philippines? There are a lot of people who needs them here;)

~Ms. Joy mH~ said...

I have written about this before and indeed it is a good service for those who had disability which even though they had disability, they can still able to go around and enjoy life. I like the service of them helping those who are in need of a wheelchair.

☆♥Shydub♥☆ said...

wala naman ko patilawa ani nga opps bayot, nangluod siguro ky sge lng expired opps hehe

Shela said...

This is good for our great grandma she's 90 years old now and in wheelchair

Mel Cole said...

It is always nice to see vehicles like those to assist the elderly. Seen them many times here. Wish my father had one when he was alive...

Les said...

I pray that someday,the differently abled people will get the right accessibility and mobility they deserve here in the Philippines..some establishments do not even have restrooms for these people..

Marie said...

I'm proud to say that our government are very keen in providing for the comfort of the disables, aside from the subsidy they get, they get free transport and all and carers too. even trains and buses were made to accommodate them. Glad to know that the US is doing the same with such services...

musings of a working mom said...

i salute those who advocates to help other people, disabled and elderly.

rj's mama said...

this is a good company to promote since it helps disabled people have an almost-normal life, they can still go and do everything that they used to do before their disbilities

sigrid @weighty matters said...

It is so nice because in the US, there are many products and laws that protect the physically challenged.

emzkie said...

its good to know that there are companies like this who helps disable people to move around and still have fun in spite there condition.

Bless said...

That is really nice that there's a company like NMEDA that is looking up the welfare of the elderly and people with disability.

Lulu Post said...

I am glad there are accredited places to buy vehicles for people with disabilities. I am sure it is a great help for them.

Lulu Post said...

I am glad there are accredited places to buy vehicles for people with disabilities. I am sure it is a great help for them.