June 7, 2010

A Great Help to Differently-Abled Person

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

Last month, my SIL was advice to have an emergency CS because of her situation that she can’t stand up anymore because of her leg’s numbness. Actually she gave birth to their first baby which was still at her 8 months. Good thing that the baby is healthy but sad to think that my SIL until now can’t walk due to the newly found cyst on her spinal column that needs to be operated. As of now, it is so hassle on their part every time they go for her daily rehabilitation because she is in her wheelchair all the time. My BIL is trying to look for a solution every time they go on travel.

I don’t know if they heard about NMEDA? Actually, they don’t sale anything but instead they educate their consumers on buying their products from their qualified dealer only. This association is a non profit that can help you find the right access vehicle for your elderly and disabled family member. Another thing would be, they will be there to help you provide custom fit vehicles for the specific needs of your elderly or disabled loved ones through their “in-person” evaluation procedure. They also have their Quality Assurance Program (QAP) which is considered as the only recognized accreditation program for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry in order to satisfy customers consistently and to ensure companies to have a systematic and documented approach quality. With this kind of program, you are sure that you will be provided with safe and reliable access vehicles.

If you need additional training or product refinements for your access vehicle, you can look for a NMEDA qualified dealer next to your area. They can also assist you if you need to transport your elderly or disabled family member be help them back on to the road of independence.

So, you can visit NMEDA’s site today and find the closest qualified dealer near you. Well, I just hope to have them here so that they could be a great help to my SIL and to all differently-abled person I know.

Visit my sponsor: NMEDA

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