Do you happen to have a disabled or elderly family member or friend in need of assistance? Something to help them get back on the track to independence, or even just help you or their caregiver take better care of them?
There are plenty of offers out there for custom vehicles, or just cheap vehicles. But if you were your family member or friend, wouldn’t you want something customely designed just for you? Something that makes you feel more confident and independent?
NMEDA is a brand that does just that. They have on site evaluations to customize a wheelchair vehicle to your family member’s needs. You can even go to their website and type in your zipcode and find an authorized dealer near you. They will come to your house and help your loved one figure out exactly what is right for them, and even in the future they can help with further assistance and training.
Not only that, but they have a Quality Assurance Program, so you know you’re getting the absolute best. The QAP is the only nationally recognized accreditation program in the Adaptive Mobility Equipment industry, which means they have a systematic and documented approach to quality.
It has to be hard to of course be disabled, but also to be a caregiver of someone who is. Something like an adapted wheelchair vehicle could help to make life a million times easier for both.
Check it out for yourself, and leave me a comment letting me know where your closest qualified dealer is. Thanks!
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