This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Are you or someone in your family confined to a wheelchair for whatever reason? Before my grandmother eventually passed away, she had her legs amputated because of diabetes and used a wheelchair to get around. At first, she hated it with a passion because she had to manually move around and it made her tired really quickly. After doing this for a few years, she had the chance to upgrade to a motorized wheelchair and moved to a house where she was able to move around more freely. Like our family, we didn’t know too much about getting a better wheelchair for years or that they have actual dealers to help you and your loved ones with their needs called the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association. The NMEDA difference starts with their Quality Assurance Program (QAP). The program guarantees you a personal Accredited Dealer, so no matter your mobility challenge, you are receiving the expert attention you deserve. NMEDA mobility equipment dealers offer wheelchair ramps, hand controls and steering aids, transfer seats and seating solutions, wheelchair securement and tie downs, scooter lifts and special acceleration and braking solutions for adaptive vehicles. When my grandmother finally had a ramp built from where she normally parks to her porch, it made a huge difference with how she moved around.
Whenever you work with a NMEDA QAP dealer, some of the benefits in working them are: in-person evaluations, specialized training of equipment, 24-hour local emergency roadside services and so much more! The network of QAP dealers will help get you or a loved one on the road to independence. Check out a NMEDA dealer near you today for the ultimate safety and reliability offered in the vehicle modification industry. There are NMEDA QAP accredited technicians located throughout the United States and Canada, so you should find one near to accommodate your needs to make sure each vehicle provides safety and comfort. All NMEDA mobility equipment dealers are required to be QAP accredited, ensuring the highest standards in mobility equipment installations. This unique training program is how NMEDA assures quality, safety, and electro-mechanical integrity of the product delivered to every consumer. Starting back on April 11th began National Mobility Awareness Month , where vehicles are being given away in the different categories. In between the dates of April 20- May 31st, you could nominate a local hero or even yourself by visiting MobilityAwarenessMonth.com.
Do you have a loved one that’s confined to a wheelchair? Are you aware of the National Mobility Equipment Association? If not, I suggest you to look into getting a quality wheelchair from them because it’ll be the best thing for you. Have anyone dealt with the National Mobility Equipment Association before? Share your experiences below in the comments section.