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

Everyday people with disabilities struggle to get reputable services and accredited affiliations. That’s where the National Mobility Equipment Dealer Association comes in. NMEDA is a non-profit association specializing in mobility equipment dealers, manufacturers, and a litany of various other professionals who are accredited and dedicated to providing expansive opportunities for folks with disabilities to either drive themselves or be transported in vehicles with the proper mobility equipment. To those who have disabilities, mobility can be one of the most important factors in crafting a productive and successful lifestyle, but often the proper means of conveyance is just out of reach.

NMEDA has over 600 members and has grown from it’s small origins in Florida, to become the central hub for helping assist those who may need mobility assistance. Imagine not being able to travel or to get a car to work… It’s a scary thought and it’s something that thousands of Americans deal with every year. Now imagine that you can’t even go to the local car dealer and get a vehicle that can transport you. That’s what many Americans with disabilities struggle with, but that’s why NMEDA’s services are so vitally important.
Through their program they have their Quality Assurance Program (QAP), which serves as an accreditation for the mobility equipment industry and standards. It’s keeping track of everything that’s put forth and making sure it’s safe, secure and fits the needs of those who use the program. It’s not just got quality in the name, it’s making sure that quality is the number one goal of every output in the NMEDA.
For folks with a wheelchair, nothing could be more important than having a vehicle that’s got wheelchair accessibility. It’s the difference between true mobility and hindered mobility. This is why NMEDA does what it does. And they’re constantly improving their services to include things like 24 hour local emergency assistance, reputable advice on equipment and on-site sales and support. These are just things you wouldn’t get from buying a vehicle online.
So if you or someone you know has a need for assistance with a vehicle due to disabilities, you should check out the NMEDA website to visit a NMEDA QAP (Quality Assurance Program) Dealer for mobility solutions. Find out the information and see if it’s the right fit for you. It could be the change in life you’re looking for. Mobility is freedom and NMEDA is mobility!
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