NMEDA Quality Assurance for Elderly and Disabled

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

Today I am writing to share some information with you about NMEDA, a non-profit trade association. This is a company that educates consumers on buying products from an NMEDA qualified dealer. NMEDA is not the actual people who sell mobility equipment, they are there to ensure consumers are protected and have a Quality Assurance Program that was developed to promote quality, safety, and reliability within the industry. Some states now require a dealer’s participation in the QAP to perform work for the Vocational Rehabilitation Programs. The QAP is the only program of this nature developed for the mobility equipment industry.

NMEDA dealers are located all over, and you can go to their website to search for your local dealer by typing in your state or zip code. I invite you to check out NMEDA and find out where the closest dealer is to you. I went to their website and found that the closest NMEDA dealer to me is in Auburn, NH which is 50 miles away but I live in a small town where we have to drive about that far for anything, especially a trip to the mall.

NMEDA offers in person visual customer service to ensure that you are getting the proper mobility device that you need since no two people with disabilities are the same. After you have experienced an in person visit you will wonder why you had thought about ordering mobility equipment from a catalog or Internet dealer in the past. NMEDA is all about helping the disabled and elderly get back on the road to independence by providing the most up to date customer service and educated dealers possible.

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