This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.
I recently purchased a car. While being a new car owner is not such a big deal to me, my friend, who is disabled, told me that he wishes that one day he could have his own car too. That would mean independence to him. What freedom! My friend thinks that it’s going to be expensive owning a customized car, so much so that he never bothered to find out the cost.
So when I came across the website of NMEDA, I thought of him. I know that NMEDA, though doesn’t sell mobility vehicles for the disabled, would be able to help people who are in need of such vehicles by connecting them to the nearest NMEDA qualified dealer, who would then help to evaluate which vehicle is the most suitable and how to go about getting one.
NMEDA, which stands for National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association, brings together mobility dealers, manufacturers and rehabilitation professionals, carries out the Quality Assurance Program (QAP), the only nationally recognized accreditation program.
To help my friend look for a NMEDA qualified dealer near him, I typed in his zip code, 37135 in Nolensville, Tennessee for the addresses of nearby dealers. It’s very useful that a map is provided too. If you know of a disabled or elderly person who would benefit from a mobility vehicle, do direct them to a NMEDA qualified dealer by locating for one by just a zip code. Putting someone back on the road, literally, not only benefits the person but also the caregiver as well.