Dallas, TX, December 04, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- New Life Medical Equipment announced its sponsorship of the 14th Annual TRAN Training Conference. TRAN is a non-profit organization that promotes vocational rehabilitation programs through advocating, educating and mobilizing legislative and public support. The three-day conference will cover a multitude of topics designed to educate on best practices in vocational rehabilitation.
New Life sponsors the TRAN conference in order to assist in the fight for continued improvement of vocational rehabilitation. “We support this conference because, as a company, we truly advocate for senior citizens and people with disabilities,” said Roderick Robinson, Chief Executive Officer. “We want to help disabled people become more independent. We believe it is important that they have assistance in getting back into the workforce.”
The 14th annual TRAN Training Conference will be held at the Omni Hotel in Fort Worth, Texas from December 7 to December 9, 2009. Information may be found on the TRAN website at www.thetranweb.org.
About New Life Medical Equipment
New Life Medical Equipment, a New Life Industries, Inc. company, is dedicated to providing high-quality medical equipment and supplies to government agencies, business organizations and consumers. We offer thousands of healthcare products from many of the largest manufacturers in the country including Invacare, Drive, Medline, and Pride.
For more information, please see our website at www.newlifehme.com or contact us at 866-957-6395.
About Texas RehabACTion Network
Texas RehabACTion Network (TRAN) is a non-profit organization that promotes public vocational rehabilitation to provide employment services to persons with disabilities and disability-related solutions to the business community. TRAN works to foster effective partnerships with state and national vocational rehabilitation programs, community rehabilitation providers, other community resources, and universities to promote research and expand knowledge of best practices in the field of VR. For more information, visit the TRAN website at www.thetranweb.org.