This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association. All opinions are 100% mine.
When my grandfather became incapacitated and had to use a wheelchair to get around, transportation became difficult. Having the right wheelchair accessible vehicle would have made all the difference when taking him to and from appointments, as well as making life as normal as possible. If we could go through the whole process again, the first thing we would do would be to purchase a wheelchair accessible vehicle from a NMEDA dealer. Having a family member in need of a wheelchair can be extremely hard on caregivers. So one must look for the easiest ways to make their life as normal as possible. As more capable technologies and new advances in mobility equipment are made each day, wheelchair accessible vehicles have become more powerful than ever before. These handicap vehicle solutions have changed the lives of countless persons with disabilities and alleviated many everyday challenges for caregivers. However, You can’t just purchase mobility equipment from just anyone. It’s important you look to NMEDA dealers located in the US and Canada, where NMEDA QAP accredited technicians are working to make sure each vehicle provides safety and comfort to help you. Only NMEDA Dealers offer individualized, in-person evaluations to make sure you’re matched with the right adaptive equipment for you and your family. Their accredited technicians can help you find a handicap van, car, truck or specialty vehicle that fits your lifestyle. You can find great products like wheelchair ramps, hand controls and steering aids, transfer seats and seating solutions, wheelchair securement and tie downs, scooter lifts and special acceleration and braking solutions for adaptive vehicles. This is a big investment not only financially but for the betterment of your family, so going to the experts is a must! All NMEDA mobility equipment dealers are required to be QAP accredited, ensuring the highest standards in mobility equipment installations. This unique training program is how NMEDA assures quality, safety, and electro-mechanical integrity of the product delivered to every consumer. Just because your loved one is in a wheelchair doesn’t mean they can’t enjoy as close to normal life as possible! So this National Mobility Awareness Month remember your loved one in need of mobility equipment with a quality product from an NMEDA dealer and you’ll be able to give them the life they deserve!
Comments & Reviews
Jo-Ann Brightman says
I am very glad that you posted this article. I am probably going to need to soon buy a wheelchair accessible car for my husband .
Deborah D says
I am currently in need of a wheelchair accessible so this article is a really big help to me. Thanks for posting this.
Ashley Chassereau Parks says
Having access to a vehicle is such a game changer for someone who is handicapped. My cousin is paralyzed from the chest down and getting a van he could access was a huge life changer for him! Love that technology is making more things possible!!
Dotty J Boucher says
This is so awesome! I love seeing that we all get a chance to drive the vehicle that we want, and when we want with the freedom that has been given to us. Nothing should stop you from doing what you love or want to do,.,.
All of these new innovations are so amazing and make such a difference in quality of life.
Lisa W says
Wow what an awesome company. I’ve never heard of this or anything like this and I am very impressed!
Amber Ludwig says
Absolutely agree!! Experts know best and you get what you pay for!! We only want the best for our loved ones!!!
Dandi D says
I’d never heard of them before, but it sounds like a great company!
Regina Elliott says
This is really a big need in today’s times ! And love the fact we are getting away from the big ugly white or black van ! So I really like this car
Barbara Brooks says
Thank you for this very informative blog article. We are considering looking into this for me as l have become fully disabled from Floroquinalones Toxicity. Can only get around with a walker on a good day.But when you live paycheck to paycheck it is hard to think of another bill. Right now I use the Walker or I don’t go we think a mobility scooter may be next.