Don’t Spoil Your Event With A Slippery Ramp!
Posted on June 17, 2020
June is National Safety Month which gives us a reminder to stop and assess our surroundings and make adjustments to make sure everyone has safe wheelchair ramp access at your events and facilities, especially the elderly and people with disabilities at graduations, special events, parks and recreation areas. For event coordinators or facility managers, […]Click to Read More About: Don’t Spoil Your Event With A Slippery Ramp!
Six Tips to Help People with Mobility Challenges
Posted on June 10, 2020
As we all face the considerable challenges brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, Amramp would like to share the following tips to help people with mobility challenges and their caregivers to prevent, as much as possible, the spread of the coronavirus. Educate Yourself About COVID-19 Prevention Be aware of COVID-19 symptoms and contact your health […]Click to Read More About: Six Tips to Help People with Mobility Challenges
Amramp Offering Free Remote Virtual Evaluations
Posted on June 9, 2020
To our Customers: As part of our precautions to combat the spread of COVID-19, we are now offering free remote ‘Virtual Evaluations’, eliminating the need for someone to visit you in person for the evaluation. When you need a wheelchair ramp, stairlift, grab bars and safety railings, or other Amramp accessibility products, our usual first […]Click to Read More About: Amramp Offering Free Remote Virtual Evaluations
Living Solutions for Aging Loved Ones
Posted on June 3, 2020
Nearly 90 percent of surveyed seniors over age 65 want to stay in their current residence for as long as possible, but many of those homes are not equipped to let them “age in place”. Mental, physical, and financial health are also key considerations in deciding the best living situation for an aging loved one. […]Click to Read More About: Living Solutions for Aging Loved Ones
Amramp Helps Stroke Survivors with Limited Mobility to Live Safely in Their Homes
Posted on May 23, 2020
As part of its public education campaign to educate people about the debilitating effects caused by strokes, the American Stroke Association’s website offers free resources for people to learn more about the disease, including the warning signs to recognize if a loved one suffers a stroke. The month of May is National Stroke Awareness Month […]Click to Read More About: Amramp Helps Stroke Survivors with Limited Mobility to Live Safely in Their Homes