NMEDA improves the lives with people with Disabilities

As many families deal with disabilities with themselves or family members from adults to children can be very overwhelming and they do not know where to turn for help. My mother’s husband has been dealing with so much since he was diagnosed with Parkinson Disease 10 years ago.

Coping with the different stages of this disease has been difficult for my mom. It has been a long road and within the last year he has been confined to a wheel chair. He received a wheel chair from a friend and he was able to use it at the beginning but it was very difficult. They have all rugs throughout the house and with Parkinson disease your hands shake and it has been so difficult for him to move around himself by pushing the wheels.  He now has no freedom to be able to get around the house. My mom has to push and take him everywhere and it also is taking a toll on her. He now has a motorized scooter (wheelchair) to be able to get around. He is a Veteran and dealing with NMEDA has helped with the costs. Scooters are very expensive if you need to go out and purchase one. 
The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association NMEDA works to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities. NMEDA and their members provide the best and most beneficial solutions for increased mobility. Simply put, they are the best source for wheelchair accessible vehicles and mobility equipment.
NMEDA is a solution that helps all people who struggle with mobility issues and helps the person help decide what would be best for them.

Benefits of working with a NMEDA (QAP) quality assurance program dealer include: in-person evaluations, specialized training of equipment, 24-hour local emergency roadside services and so much more! Imagine the comfort of knowing that your mobility challenged loved one had this type of support and reliable safety. The network of QAP dealers will help get you or a loved one on the road to independence.
Many of the Associations NMEDA deals with are:

·         VA – Veterans Administration
·         DAV – Disabled American Veteran
·         PVA – Paralyzed Veterans Association
·         Wounded Warriors
·         ALS Association – Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
·         MS – National Multiple Sclerosis Society
·         Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation
·         United Spinal Association
·         RESNA – Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America
·         AOTA – American Occupational Therapy Association
·         ADED – Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists
·         APTA – American Physical Therapy Association
·         American Stroke Association
·         National Stroke Association
·         Senior Living Council
·         MDA – Muscular Dystrophy Association
·         AARP
·         Arthritis Foundation
·         National Council on Aging
·         United Cerebral Palsy

You do not need to be a member of any of the above, this is who NMEDA has worked with and still continue to do so.
All NMEDA equipment dealers must be certified in a unique training program so they assure the great quality, safety and experience to give to all in need of mobility.

If you or a family member has special need’s I highly recommend you visit their website nmeda.com or call to find out additional information. They have locations throughout the United States and Canada.

Find a NMEDA Dealer Near You

Becoming a member gives you exclusive membership benefits and discounts. Besides offering financing which is a great burden taken off most families since they do not have to put out thousands of dollars at once, they also offer rentals for they can set up for you for a day or extended time for you or your loved one to be able to go on vacation, or a special event !! That is fabulous. NMEDA will set everything up for you, just let them know what you need and a qualified dealer will take care of everything for you and your family. 

 Government Funding For Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles 

Veterans Affairs Agencies, Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies and various related agencies can provide valuable information, services, and assistance to people with special needs.

There are options for :

  • Government Funding
  • Financing
  • Rebates
Many options available that you can easily find out by talking to a specialist.  They have many ways to be contacted. Fill out a contact form on their website or call.
Here is the information 

Toll Free Phone: (866) 948-8341
Phone: (813) 264-2697
Fax: (813) 962-8970
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.


  1. As a person with a disability, this is great to hear. Thank you so much for this post.

  2. Anything I can help those with a disability I am definitely all for! I know a couple people that could really use something like this to help them. This is very cool

  3. It's so great to hear about things and companies that are improving the lives of disabled people. I love that there is government funding available for people who need wheelchair accessible vehicles, because I know they can be expensive.

  4. It is wonderful to be able to help people with disabilities. I am glad to have this info.

  5. It's great that there are so many options available to help people with disabilities. I will forward this post to a friend who helps to take care of disabled relatives.

  6. This is a great thing that NMEDA does. it's great that the employees receive training on how to manuevre and work each piece equipment and love that they offer their equipment to everyone.

  7. This is awesome. I wish this was done sooner, what a great opp for those with disabilities! Glad to see this available and out there for those who need it! - Jeanine

  8. I have a friend who could benefit from this information. Her husband is a Vet and has developed some special needs. I'll pass this info along.

  9. I know some families that could really use this assistance. I'm sure it isn't easy but good to know help is out there somewhere.

  10. I have heard of this on the TV before, looks like they really know how to help people have access to live an active life!

  11. Great info! I am so glad that this type of assistance is available to those that need it.

  12. This is really useful information for people who don't know about it. NMEDA can really assist in difficult times.

  13. What an awesome service for those in need!

  14. I'm so glad this organization is helping people so much. It can be a heavy burden, and it's wonderful they're there to help.

  15. It's nice to know there is help out there for those who need it. The expenses can be such a heavy burden on a person when needing special equipment for a loved one. It really is nice to see someone out there trying to help.

  16. It's so nice to know that this organization to there to help others. I think it's fantastic.

  17. I think this is a great organization and much needed for those with disabilities. I would love to check this out for someone I know that could use the equipment.

  18. This is such a great thing for people that have disabilities. My cousin has a disability and I know that this would be great for him.

  19. This is the first time I've heard of National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association. I'm glad your parents are able to utilize their help, it must be hard seeing them go through this.

  20. This is a great help to those disabled person. It's nice to know that there's such thing as NMEDA that cares for people in need.

  21. What an amazing avenue for those who are disabled!

  22. I am disabled and am trying real hard not to use a wheelchair! Even though I know it's eventually my fate. What a great organization! I thank you for sharing this!