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Tuesday, June 8

Making Disabled Able

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.
We don't have anyone in our family who uses a wheelchair but I know some friends who uses a wheelchair. It is not easy for them to move around and do the normal thing. Their works are limited.  Frustrations are build up because of their disability.

In the Philippines there’s an organization that help people with disability and it is call the “Tahanang Walang Hagdanan” translated in English as “House with No Stairs”. This organization helps and encourages other people with disability. They boost up disabled people’s self esteem, making them feel worthy. They also develop skills and livelihood trainings. This organization, I think, is similar the organization called National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association.  A non-profit organization that helps and promotes safe driving and equipments for disabled people.

NMEDA does not sell anything but their dealers who are members are the one selling handicap vans and modified vehicles for disabled people. So, if you are looking for a handicap van or modified vehicle try to look for a NMEDA member who can inform you with things about disability equipments. You can also be sure that you will get certified and right equipment for disabled people.

With the presence of disability equipments, disabled people will surely get back the self esteem that they once lost.

You can visit their website at nmeda.org to get a full view of their organization. Also try you can find a NMEDA dealer near you by hitting the dealer’s locator.

Visit my sponsor: NMEDA


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