Post Break: The Road To Independence

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

Being a caregiver most especially to disabled people is not an easy job. There are certain cases when newly disabled people feel depressed, have low self esteem or just simply feels like they are of no use anymore and a burden to anybody. These are some cases that caregivers face and deal with but these people are way too dedicated to overcome such whims and rejection from the people they care for.

NMEDA, a non-profit trade association cares as much as those dedicated caregivers for all the disabled people. It aims to help educate disabled people pave their way to independence through educating them on buying products that promote safe driving and equipment. This way disabled people can be confident being out and about in their wheelchairs just like any independent normal individual.

Take note that NMEDA doesn't sell anything, it has dealers who are certified to carry approved products which adhere to the safety standards for the National Highway Transit Safety Administration. It also has Quality Assurance Program that is the only nationally recognized accreditation program for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry. You can trust that the NMEDA dealers pass the QAP standards, this is their dedication to help bring you back mobility.

Help bring back independence to the elderly and disabled people, feel free to check the NMEDA site to see the nearest dealer in your area.

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Tekkaus said...

Yeah! It is very hard for these old folks...who have contributed so much to all of us. :D I hope they will be "independent" again!

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