Living A Normal Life

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

Being disabled does not mean everything has to stop for you.  I've seen a lot of handicapped persons who excelled in fields you can't even imagine they can do.  There was a 10 year-old boy who lost both arms in an accident but learned to paint with his feet.  I'm sure you've also heard of the licensed Filipina pilot who flies planes with her feet.  Another great example is motor sports driver Alex Zanardi.  He lost both legs in a race accident.  He is now driving again with a modified car in the touring car series.

Having a disability doesn't mean you cannot live a normal life or do the things you love especially now that modern technology has made things a lot easier for all of us.  You can have your  car customized to suit your needs.  There's also NMEDA to guide, help and educate you on buying the right products from qualified dealers.  NMEDA is an association of dealers, drivers and other professionals to widen opportunities for the elderly and the disabled to get back on the road again.  Being handicapped doesn't mean you have to depend solely to another person to survive.  Of course, you still appreciate the love and care of your family but there's a great satisfaction in doing things by yourself.