Wednesday, May 19, 2010

NMEDA Qualified Equipment

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

I have seen a lot of people in America with disabilities of some kind. Many of them despite of being in a wheelchair continue to work, go to school, play sports and most of all compete with people that aren't invalid. At first, I was like wow these kind of people seem to have determination in life for they never let their disability hinder them of doing things they ought to do and getting back their independence. Even though they have limited mobility, they still manage to get around with life and live like normal people do.

That is the advantage of living in America. They are provided with equipment necessary that enable them to move with no hassles at all. Wheelchairs, scooters or motor chairs for example are most commonly used by disabled/elderly people either they purchase it themselves or donated by charities. However, it doesn't mean it is easier for a person to move now that he is using a wheelchair, in spite of that there are still so many mobility products he needs to acquire in order for him to be fully comfortable. Think of the caregivers and families too, they also need to feel the ease in transporting the person in and out of the car.

When purchasing mobility products just make sure though that what you are buying is approved or evaluated by NMEDA. It is a non-profit trade association that educates consumers on buying products from a NMEDA qualified dealer. One advantage why buying from NMEDA qualified dealer is that to have an on-site evaluations to custom fit vehicles like yours that meet to your specific needs.

To check out the nearest dealers in your area, please go to, on the website hit the dealers locator and type in your ZIP code and see if there is a qualified dealer near you.

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