Wednesday, August 25, 2010

NMEDA help makes life easier

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

Comfort and safety are probably the first thing every person thinks about when it comes to equipments, especially when it involves roads. This is where NMEDA comes to place in choosing the right equipment for persons who got disability to help them gain back the confidence they have lost and make travel easier for them. NMEDA does not sell anything but they got members which they call NMEDA dealers who are trained professionals that would help you get the right equipment specifically designed for the person with disability.

NMEDA actually has Dealers AND Quality Assurance Program (QAP) dealers, so to avoid confusion I would like to help explain the differences among the two members.
NMEDA members- they are required to adhere to the safety standards of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and to follow the NMEDA Guidelines. So, every time the NMEDA members update the Guidelines, a living document providing detailed recommended practices on equipment installation and modifications will be provided yearly.

The Quality Assurance Program- is the only nationally recognized accreditation program for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry. It is based on the principle to satisfy customers consistently, companies must have a systematic and documented approach to quality. So they have an extremely high standard when it comes to products, workmanship, customer services, and have passed all the inspections and met all the requirements from the government agencies and NMEDA.

Anyway, if you would like to know more about this or would like to get more information on mobility equipments, you can check their webpage to find for a qualified dealer near you. Just to let you know,
NMEDA dealers has been renowned for helping the elderly or disabled get back onto the road of independence, so why not give the same chance to someone you love or care for?
Visit my sponsor: NMEDA

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