Friday, October 1, 2010

To Be Old and Independent

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

We have lots of friends here, who through the years are nursing and caring for sick and old people. And because we are of small built, I have seen how backbreaking work it could to take care of old patients. How they managed to do it, I still could not fathom, knowing that these friends too are now in their early 60's. Unbelievable isn't it? But true. Caregiving is tough work but with the assistance of associations like NMEDA, things can really get easier.

But what is NMEDA? It is a non-profit trade association that educates its consumers on buying from an NMEDA qualified dealer. It does not sell anything, but rather promotes safe driving and equipment for disabled people. And because no two disabilities are the same, each person may have varying needs for mobility and may need other product refinements. This is where NMEDA can help, through the dealers. They have what you call DEALERS, the people who sell handicap vans and vehicle modifications for disabled people, and the QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAM (QAP) Dealers whose main objective is to consistently satisfy its customers using a systematic and documented approach to quality.

Assisting disabled patients to become more mobile will also bring back more independence into their lives, and reassure them that their disability is not a hindrance to doing the things that they want to do.

To find out if there is an NMEDA dealer near you, please visit, click on dealers locator and enter your ZIP code.

Visit my sponsor: NMEDA

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