NMEDA helps others get to where they need to go! #nmedaQAP #ad #NMAM16

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Have you heard about the good things that NMEDA does? NMEDA is a Quality Assurance Program dealer who is an expert in customizing vans and cars to help those with a disability, for whatever reason, get around. One of my friends from high school has to have a specially outfitted vehicle and he got his from NMEDA QAP. Make sure you check out their site and see if they have a dealership with their Quality Assurance Program near you or your family member.  

Did you know that all NMEDA mobility equipment dealers are required to be QAP accredited? This ensures the highest standards in mobility equipment installations. With such an amazing and unique training program this is how NMEDA assures quality, safety, and electro-mechanical integrity of the product delivered to every consumer. It has been a game changer for him. It has given him a way to get around that he didn’t have before. It’s so awesome to see him get his life back. It’s not just for those who’ve been disabled forever. It’s for anyone who has recently lost their ability to get around. 

When you lose your ability to get around, it’s such a painful thing to go through. Most people don’t want to rely on family and friends. There’s not any shame in letting others help you. But to find out there are people who can help you get your life back is such a rewarding thing. Those who have used NMEDA and gotten their life back can attest to that. Why not get your friend or family member to a dealer who works for NMEDA and can help your friend or family member get their life back. Being able to get yourself around to the store or to their job is such an empowering gift. I’m so happy that NMEDA , which is in not only the U.S. but also Canada, helps those who’ve lost their ability to get around. Being able to take care of yourself is something that everyone wants to be able to do. NMEDA helps others do that.  


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  1. This hits close to home. My dad recently had a stroke. Luckily he has the equipment he needs to get around, but it makes you aware of how difficult it would be if you didn’t have the equipment needed to get around on a daily basis.

  2. This is such an amazing idea. I’ve seen companies donate fully enabled cars to the disabled and wheelchair bound so I know how important these cars are. Being able to be mobile is a definitely important for individuals and their families with wheelchair needs.

  3. My mother in law is wheelchair bound. The family has a fully equiped minivan which is perfect for her needs. She likes to be out and about and as independent as possible so I know first hand how important these vehicles are to a person’s livelihood.

  4. I worked with wheelchair bound patients may years back. I love how advanced these vehicles have become because it is really important for the wheelchair bound to be able to get out, live their lives and not feel sheltered. It’s great for the person in the chair as well as their family members.

  5. I am glad that there are business and programs that help people with special needs. This allows them and their families to get around and have the freedom to enjoy themselves without having to be waited by others.

  6. This sounds like an excellent organization. It’s amazing what can be done with cars to accommodate wheelchairs. Makes such a difference in people’s lives.

  7. I think it is great that they are coming out with more accessible vehicles. It is nice to know that there are options for those that must use a wheelchair. It helps to have independence and not feel stuck in the house.

  8. I have a friend that is doing a huge fundraiser for herself to have the money to have a van like that. She would benefit from it so much. I hope that she can finally get the transportation she needs!

  9. This sounds like a wonderful organization! I remember how hard it was for my husband and I to take my father around after he had a stroke and got real sick from cancer. If we could have had something along the lines of a van with wheelchair access, things would have been much easier.

  10. This is so awesome! I love that companies and organizations are stepping on board to help those who are disabled still live independently and as normal as possible. This will definitely help them get their lives back!