Tampa, Fla. – The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) announced the passage of federal legislation to improve the administration of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Automobile Adaptive Equipment (AAE) Program for disabled veterans. Under the Veterans Mobility Safety Act, vendors participating in the AAE Program will be...

Our NMEDA family would like to send a big “Thank You!” to everyone who participated and helped make the 2016 National Mobility Awareness Month “Local Heroes” contest a success. The campaign finished with 930 online entries that received over 1,164,000 votes. Special congratulations go to Steve Karmgard, of Genoa, Illinois;...

TAMPA, Florida (June 28, 2016) – Today, the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) announced the three winners of the 2016 National Mobility Awareness Month Local Heroes Contest. The campaign finished with 928 Local Hero online entries that received 1.1 million votes. The sponsors for the wheelchair accessible vehicles...

The search of finding a suitable prosthetic can be time-consuming and difficult. For children, it’s much harder to customize a suitable hand device due to growth, which can quickly make them unusable. Thankfully, finding handicap mobility equipment solutions is easier than ever with the advancement of 3D printers and more...

With the recent movement of encouraging STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) careers to females, as seen through GoldieBlox ads and Women Who Code, there is another group of individuals that STEM education appeals to. Employers are taking note of some people with autism and discovering they possess the skills...