May 19, 2010


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

Disabilities affect everyone in one form or another.  Some people are caring for a family member with a disability like a mom tries to teach her child who has a learning disability.  Whether the disability is physical or mental, it still plays a major role for the people around them. 

NMEDA is a non-profit organization that helps those who have physical disabilities.  They are a qualified dealer and they make sure their customers are treated with care.  They know that every person is different and has different needs.  NMEDA meets the client and conducts a personal evaluation to place the individual in the correct vehicle.  They make it a point to educate their soon-to-be clients and repeat customers that purchasing adapted wheelchair vehicles on the internet or in a catalog is not a good idea. 

NMEDA has both dealers and Quality Assurance Program dealers.  The QAP is recognized nationally for its quality for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry.  The reason for this is because of the number of satisfied customers. Word of mouth can be the most powerful tool for companies. Whenever I try a new product or service, I let everyone around me know my thoughts. When it comes to something as important as a disability tool, you really need to do some thorough research before making a purchase.

Would you like to find out if there is an NMEDA dealer near you?  Visit to find out.  There are two near me.  Leave me a comment telling me how many are near you.

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