This post brought to you by NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Many people across the world are caregivers to someone who is disabled, so we all know how hard it is to care for someone full-time and yet let them have some independence. If you are a caregiver or know of someone who is, check out NMEDA. They are a non-profit org educating consumers on buying equipment and vehicle modifications products for the disabled.
NMEDA can let you know which modifications your loved one will need, with personalized evaluations. If you buy something on the internet without this personal evaluation, you could be getting something that won't work for your vehicle. With NMEDA you can be sure you're getting the perfect solution that is customized to your loved one's needs. They are there after your purchase as well, with help on additional training or product refinements.
NMEDA has QAP (Quality Assurance Program) and Dealers. The QAP is the only nationally recognized accreditation program for adaptive mobility equipment industry. They work on the principal that in order to satisfy customers on a consistent basis, they must have a systematic and documented approach to quality.
I believe NMEDA can help caregivers who are doing their best to care for their disabled loved ones. By helping your loved one feel more independent, you are really doing your utmost to see to their needs.
Head on over to NMEDA and put in your zip code to find a qualified NMEDA dealer near you! You will be so glad you did. Once you do, comment here and let me know where your nearest dealer is located. I'd appreciate it so much.