Monday, October 18, 2010

Having It Better

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

A friend of mine who used to work here as a certified physical therapist went abroad as a caregiver, of course to earn more money, as well as, to risk on her dream of bringing her family to the States. We don't talk often as her work takes much of her time and energy but she somehow manage to sneak a call from time to time, she told me that the pay is good so she have no regrets but taking care of an old woman who is somewhat derange due to old age is taking its toll on her bruised body. Her patient wasn't like that when she started, the madam she takes care of used to be so strong and active though she's already 93 years old but as the time passed by, her ability to live and her mind and body continuously weaken. Though she's earning a bucket, I kinda pity her but that was all erased when I talked to her last night, she seems to be in a good mood which was unexpected, so I forced to explain what kind of miracle was given to her.

She told me that all her prayers were answered when her boss told her about NMEDA, her boss, the youngest daughter of her patient, heard about it from a colleague and her interest was instantly peaked so she asked my friend to do some research and tell her if it's worth the expense. She looked for their website and digested all the information, she then found out that a dealer was located near their vicinity so she didn't hesitate to call, inquire and ask for assistance. NMEDA is a non-profit and the only association that advocates safe and reliable vehicles and vehicle- modifications to enhance accessibility for all people, especially the aged and handicapped. They are not selling any products per se but their trained members are the ones who makes it available in the market, aside from their members who act as dealers of the vehicles and its accompanying modifications, they also offer QAP (Quality Assurance Program) which is the only nationally-recognized accreditation program for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry, it is basically a principle that in order to satisfy customers consistently, companies must have a systematic and documented approach to quality, which I think is what makes their program a good one.

As no two disability is exactly the same, buying generic vehicles is a no-no because you can never be sure of its quality and efficiency, it may even hurt your loved ones in the long run. My friend is a living example of how a NMEDA-stamped handicapped vehicles can make a caregiver or relative's burden lighter and a patient's life better.

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