Saturday, July 31, 2010

Travel with Disability

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

Life is difficult for differently abled people since there are necessary things in everyday life that they are not able to do. For instance, driving would be near impossible for people with no legs or sight, literature for the blind or even just eating for those who do not have limbs. But because of technology and change, these seemingly impossible things for the disable now become possible if not easier.

The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association helps differently-abled persons and their families to cope with their disability. It is a non profit association that caters to the needs of the person specifically. Unlike other equipments that are sold in catalogs the NMEDA dealer makes sure that certain equipment are specifically for your own needs. They offer “in person” evaluation to make sure that the equipment suit your lifestyle and needs. And not only that, they also provide additional training and product refinement in order for you to be more independent.

The NMEDA Quality Assistance Program requires their dealers to provide 24-hours a day and seven days a week service to their costumers. QAP dealers have a system in place where their costumers can readily contact them and so they can respond immediately to the problems or needs of the costumers.

If you have problems regarding caregiving or independence from other people or family members, or going to travel with a disabled member of the family, you can contact the nearest NMEDA qualified dealer. They are not only there to help find the best equipment for your needs but also help you in getting back on your own feet and be more self-sufficient.

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