This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.
No two people with disablities are exactly alike, and they don't have the same mobility needs. The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association understands this and can help you find an NMEDA qualified dealer to provide a safe, reliable vehicle with the modifications and enhancements you need.
NMEDA doesn't sell anything. They're a non-profit trade association that will help you find a dealer you can trust to get the handicapped-accessible van or vehicle modified as you need it.
NMEDA qualified dealers provide an in-person evaluation to be sure you are getting the right driving solution to meet your needs - as well as any training you might need to learn to use the modifications of your vehicle.
NMEDA not only can match you with a dealer, they also have the Quality Assurance Program. This is the only nationally recognized accredited program for the adaptive mobility equipment industry. Working with a QAP dealer ensures that you will get the vehicle you need, thanks to a systematic and documented approach to quality.
Visit the NMEDA and just type in your ZIP code to find a dealer near you.
I found two QAP qualified dealers near me that will be able to help me and my mother when an alternative form of transport needs to be found for my stepfather. You can find a dealer near you that can help with with your needs for caring for an aging or disabled relative, or even to help you with your own needs.