Aug 10, 2010

A Big Help Getting Back Onto The Road Of Independence

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

I am glad my cousin is enjoying her pregnancy, like I do. Like me, she is now staying at home also. My cousin was working as a caregiver somewhere in North Texas. But when she began getting abdominal pains (pregnant at that time), she quit working.

If you think the job of a caregiver is easy, think again. You need to have an enduring energy to be able to perform the job. Attending patients or elderly residents in an assisted living home requires a lot of walking even climbing stairs. Elderly patients really need care giving assistance. And so are the disabled people.

But people with disability can still go the outdoors with the help of NMEDA or National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association. It is the only association that promotes safe driving and equipment for disabled people. NMEDA dealers are the one who sell handicap van and vehicle modifications, not the association itself. They also help in training or product refinement. Besides NMEDA dealers, the association also has the Quality Assurance Program which is based on the principle that, companies must possess a systematic and documented approach to quality. It is the only nationally recognized accreditation program for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry.

Sure is, care giving is tough. But with a NMEDA certified dealer, an elderly or disabled can get back onto the road of independence. Do you know of somebody who needs assistance from NMEDA? You can be of help, too. Visit and simply type in your zip code to locate a qualified dealer near you. Do not forget to leave a comment here after doing so.

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lina@happy family said...

Great post....

★Jasmine said...

happy weekends! :)

Mhar's Display said...

thanks lina :)

@ Jasmine, happy weekend too.