Wheelchair Ramps: Amramp Provides Access in any Situation

Amramp Helps Prevent Falls and Injuries During Winter Months

Posted on Thu, Jan 14, 2016

Jason Vandevander and the Amramp West Virginia team installed this wheelchair ramp during a light snow storm in Mill Creek, WV.

Even light storms like this can make stairs and pathways icy, slippery and dangerous.

Imagine trying to lift someone in a wheelchair up several steps covered in snow and ice. It’s dangerous for both the person in the wheelchair and whoever is lifting the chair.

A ramp provides a safe pathway in or out of a house and prevents falls and injuries for someone who uses a wheelchair, cane or walker or who is just unsteady on their feet.

The ramp provides safe and easy access to the outside world. People using wheelchairs or who struggle with stairs don’t want to be stuck in the house for two or three months during the winter because they can’t navigate the stairs at their front door. A ramp gives them an opportunity to connect with friends and family, enjoy community activities, go shopping, etc. It makes getting to medical appointments much easier.

Amramp wheelchair ramps can be RENTED, even just for the winter to provide a safe, non-slip surface with safety railings.  

The Amramp wheelchair ramp with its unique open mesh surface lets snow and moisture pass through, preventing dangerous ice film. Aluminum, wood and concrete ramps have solid surface which allow snow and moisture to accumulate.

Amramp is the leading company in the United States specializing in modular steel wheelchair ramps, offering sturdy, customizable ramps for disability access that enable the aging and disabled population to remain in their homes with independence and mobility.  Ramps can be installed temporarily for short or long term needs without damaging the housing structure as they are not a permanent modification to the home. Amramp products comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and are available for sale or rental with no minimum time frame and no ramp size restrictions. 

Amramp provides an array of aging-in-place products and services such as stair lifts, vertical platform lifts, overhead lifts, portable showers, pool lifts and more across the US and parts of Canada.

For more about Amramp’s wheelchair ramp and aging-in-place products and services, or free on-site estimates, please visit our website at www.amramp.com or contact Amramp’s National Customer Service Center at 888-715-7598.

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Amramp exhibits at the 2015 NWCDC Conference in Las Vegas

Posted on Fri, Nov 06, 2015

Amramp exhibits at record-breaking NWCDC 2015

NWCDC Conference Logo - source: wcconference.com

For 23 years the National Workers' Compensation and Disability Conference (NWCDC) has provided the best training, top industry experts, first-class networking, and all the latest technologies and services. And this year promises to be the best one yet. The 24th annual National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference (NWCDC) is being held November 11-13, at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, with record-breaking attendance making NWCDC the industry event of the year.  

 The keynote speech this year will be delivered by Dr. Arthur M. Southam of the Kaiser Family Foundation. He will be discussing the importance of providing quality healthcare and how that can mitigate costs of chronic health conditions and other factors affecting claimants.

NWCDC conference photo with speaker onstage addressing audience - source: wcconference.com

The conference portion of the event will be providing an unmatched education on topics such as:

  • How Nurse Case Managers Add Value to Workers’ Compensation Claims
  • Managing Risks and Claims in the Age of Legalized Marijuana
  • Risk Scenarios Live! Mending Physical Medicine Failures
  • Proven Workers’ Comp Claims Management Strategies That Get Results
NWCDC Conference Photo of Expo Hall - source: wcconference.com

NWCDC is also home to the industry’s largest Expo in the nation and features more than 260 exhibitors featuring products and services to help you with your most challenging workers’ comp and disability management problems such as:

  • Rehabilitation
  • Reporting Software
  • Return-to-Work
  • Risk Management
  • Safety
  • Screening
  • Technology
  • Transportation
  • Vocational Rehabilitation

Just in case this sounds like your typical conference, keep in mind that the first day of the event will be ending at Light Nightclub in Las Vegas for a night of food, drinks, and entertainment. 

Amramp is very excited to be participating at this years’ NWCDC conference. Amramp will be demonstrating all our latest products in the field of assistive technology, including:

The Amramp team representing our national network of expert installers looks forward to sharing its expertise with you. See you in Vegas!

For more on the National Workers' Compensation and Disability Conference, explore the complete program on the NWCDC website.


Wheelchair ramps installed in days not weeks

Call Amramp today to schedule a free on-site estimate

Please contact Amramp’s National Customer Service Center 888-715-7598 

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Amramp exhibits at PACE 2015 elder inclusive-care conference

Posted on Fri, Oct 09, 2015

Amramp Selected to Exhibit at the 2015 NPA Annual Conference in Philadelphia

Amramp is honored to be selected to showcase its installed accessibility products and solutions at the 2015 National PACE Association (NPA) Annual Conference, Oct. 18-21, in Philadelphia.

PACE, aka Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, develops sustainable programs to deliver medical and supportive services to elders 55 and older whom the state certifies needing nursing home-level care.

Strikingly, only about 7% of PACE participants actually reside in a nursing home. Instead, PACE provides services and preserves independence in their own homes, with community support. This event, which is held exclusively for NPA members, exists to advance Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly programs and provide networking and learning opportunities to the executive and clinical staff work tirelessly to support and promote comprehensive, quality, and cost-effective health care services for seniors.

The PACE model of care first began in the early 1970s when William Gee, a public health dentist who headed the nonprofit Chinatown-North Beach Health Care Planning and Development Corporation, hired social worker Marie-Louise Ansak to study the feasibility of building a nursing home in the community. When she found that building a nursing home would be financially impossible, she developed a comprehensive system of care based on the geriatric day-hospital model developed in the UK during the late 1950s and 1960s. Ansak then worked to obtain funding to train health care workers in cooperation with the University of California San Francisco. Since then PACE has grown considerably and currently has 107 programs operating in 32 states, where they offer services such as:

  • adult day care

  • physical, occupational, and recreational therapies

  • meal delivery

  • nutritional counseling

  • home health care and personal care

  • prescription drugs

  • social services

  • medical specialties, such as audiology, dentistry, optometry, podiatry, and speech therapy

More than 600 individuals attended the 2014 NPA Annual Conference, this year is expected to be even bigger. With more than 60 education sessions and 20 poster presentations, attendees will have the opportunity to learn and, with over 25 companies exhibiting.

This year’s keynote speaker Dr. Leana Wen is an emergency-room physician, Rhodes Scholar, author, and TED speaker. Dr. Wen received her medical training at Washington University and Brigham & Women's Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital, where she was a clinical fellow at Harvard Medical School. As a professor of emergency medicine and health policy, she co-led a national collaboration on health policy and social mission and was founder and director of Who’s My Doctor, a campaign calling for transparency in medicine. The focus of Dr. Wen’s TED talks surround patient advocacy and health care reform. She recently released a book entitled When Doctors Don't Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnoses and Unnecessary Tests. Her speaking fee will be donated to Baltimore-area and other charities.

Amramp is looking forward to being a part of this conference that shares our passion for helping seniors maintain their independence. We will be demonstrating Amramp’s latest accessibility products, including our patent-pending modular ramp system, vertical lifts, and portable showers. Looking forward to seeing all PACE members in Philadelphia!

To learn more about PACE and available services, click here to check out the website.


Wheelchair ramps installed in days not weeks

Call Amramp today to schedule a free on-site estimate

Please contact Amramp’s National Customer Service Center 888-715-7598 

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Fire-ready? Elders’, wheelchair users’ lives depend on it

Posted on Fri, Oct 09, 2015

Reproduced from NFPA's Fire Prevention Week website, www.firepreventionweek.org. © 2015 NFPA. 

For most of us, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Fire Prevention Week means making sure your smoke detectors are working. For people with mobility concerns and for wheelchair users, fire safety requires additional preparation and planning. Here are a few tips to help you – or those you care about – be fire-ready:

Fire-Ready Tip 1 – Develop a fire-escape plan so you know what to do. According to an NFPA survey, three-quarters of Americans have a home-fire escape plan, but more than half never practiced it. When crisis happens at home, work, or anywhere you routinely spend time, you don’t want to have to figure out what to do while in a state of panic.

In addition to evacuation routes, the NFPA Fire Prevention Week Campaign focuses on having fully operational smoke alarms in your home so that in the event of a fire, particularly one in the middle of the night, you are made aware soon enough to get out.

Amramp modular wheelchair ramp that a woman in Michigan used to escape her home during a fire; unlike a wood or aluminum ramp the durable steel Amramp ramp is completely in tact

Fire-Ready Tip 2 – If possible, plan for the possibility of not being able to reach your wheelchair. Amramp installed a modular wheelchair ramp for a woman who later suffered a fire in her home. She didn't have time to get to her wheelchair, so she held onto the furniture to make it to the front door. She was able to use the railings on the ramp to get to safety.

The Amramp modular ramp that was reinstalled after the fire

Fire-Ready Tip 3 – Invest in a wheelchair ramp and other equipment that will withstand high heat. In the case of the woman mentioned above, soon after she made it to safety, the aluminum front door melted. This is a dangerous failing of other ramps on the market that are made of aluminum or wood. In the intense heat of a fire aluminum melts and wood burns. Due to the durable steel that Amramp ramps are manufactured with, once they scraped the melted aluminum off, they were able to dismantle and reinstall the ramp at her new home the day after the fire.

Another Amramp client, who was a veteran, suffered a house fire in Hazelton, PA. He and his wife were able to escape using their Amramp wheelchair ramp provided through the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Another man managed to escape his quickly engulfed home in Fair Oaks, NC, by using the Amramp modular wheelchair ramp provided by his church. His ramp was also dismantled and re-installed at his mother’s house right away after the fire.

Per design standards, wheelchair ramps are a “means of egress” in a fire and should be fireproof. Amramp modular ramps are made of the same steel used in fire escapes and provide a stable, fireproof exit in the case of fire. Contact Amramp for independent test lab data on ramp-fire safety.

Home fires killed an average of eight people every day in 2013; half of these deaths resulted from fires reported between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m., when most people are asleep. It is crucial to prepare yourself, your family, and your home so that you have the best possible chance to escape a fire should one occur. It is even more vital for wheelchair users and people with mobility concerns. 

For more information on how to prevent a fire in your home check out the NFPA website.

If you would like to learn more about Amramp’s fireproof modular ramp system

Call Amramp today to schedule a free on-site estimate

Please contact Amramp’s National Customer Service Center 888-715-7598 

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Amramp Creates Accessible Entrance for Canadian Alpacas

Posted on Fri, Aug 14, 2015

Amramp Creates a Safe and Accessible Entrance for Sunnyhill Alpacas

Al the Alpaca "supervising" the ramp installation

As promised in our Fort Macleod Courthouse blog post, we've got the full story about one of Amramp's more unusual projects: installing a ramp at Sunnyhill Alpaca Ranch in Rollyview, Alberta. 

Rollyview is a small hamlet located in central Alberta, Canada, that has a population numbering only 58. However, they aren't short on Alpacas. “It was beautiful,” said Lorne Wensel of Amramp Edmonton, “Rollyview is all rolling hills and farmland and it was a big ranch: One of the largest Alpaca ranches in Canada.” 

Leanne Sept and her sisters, Renee and Marlene, also opened Twisted Sisters & Co. Fibre Mill and Store (TSM) in 2004, where they specialize in processing alpaca fibre. When the fibre is brought to the mill it is washed, dried, picked, de-haired, carded into rovings, and then spun into yarn and plied. They also can blend it with other fibres such as nylon, silk, and merino.

The Twisted Sisters store offers a variety of alpaca yarn as well as finished products such as socks, gloves, sweaters, scarves, duvets, teddy bears, and dog beds, which can now be purchased online. “It's no small operation. They ship all over the world,” said Wensel. Sunnyhill Alpacas boasts a herd numbering over 100 alpacas, in fact, and the “Sunnyhill” kids have won multiple showing awards since the owners, Leanne and Kevin Sept, began raising Alpacas in the late 1990s.

An Amramp ramp makes entry to Twister Sisters yarn store safely accessible even in Alberta's winters

It is also a tourist destination. Every week knitting groups come in on buses to buy alpaca yarn. However, with the icy Alberta winters, a lot of these visitors were struggling to make it up the steps. “We installed a ramp 24-feet-long with a 4-foot-by-4-foot platform at the top to make it accessible and safer,” Wensel explained. Amramp's steel-mesh surface allows snow and rain to pass through, making Amramp ramps more suitable for wintery and rainy climates than a wooden or other solid-surface ramp.

The installation was fairly quick, taking only a morning. “I hated to leave, I was enjoying being there so much,” Wensel laughed, “The alpacas were watching me. They didn't seem bothered by me working away.” The Amramp team, in 45 locations all across North America, is happy to have the alpacas' stamp of approval!


Amramp is North America's leading provider of installed wheelchair ramps and accessibility products

Call Amramp today to schedule a free on-site estimate

Please contact Amramp’s National Customer Service Center 888-715-7598 

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Thank You to Amramp for Saving Our Vacation in Pigeon Forge, TN

Posted on Fri, Apr 25, 2014

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Amramp customer and blogger Sabrina Smither shared her Amramp experience on her blog:



“I would first like to send a huge THANK YOU to Tim Rash from Amramp East Tennessee for saving our vacation to Pigeon Forge TN.  Sean and I agreed to be chaperons on my son’s high school retreat.  Although the cabin arrangements were made by the school, I was the one who found the listing for the cabin.  I was the one who broke the cardinal rule of not asking enough questions!!!


When we arrived at the cabin on Sunday, we were all dismayed to find that the listing and all the information was wrong and the cabin was not any way close to being wheelchair accessible.  It did not even have a ramp and of all the cabins in this complex, ours had the only non-paved parking.  So what do you do??  You get on the internet and find a solution.  Amramp!!!!


Thank goodness we had 5 very strong high school boys with us and with a little creative thinking we got Sean in the cabin.  Let me just say I could not watch at all what they were doing.  Now the problem was we were stuck in the cabin with no why out!!!  Yea, didn't think that one through at the time.


I am a problem solver so what do I do is get on the internet and find us a ramp.  That is how I found Amramp and Tim Rash.  I filled out the e-mail request on there web site with the hopes that I could buy a ramp the next day and then we would be able to get in and out.  I received a call first thing Monday morning.  Tim talked over our situation and gave me some options.


My hope of just buying a ramp was not going to work because they did not have one long enough on site that would go up the 3 (yes 3) tall steps and get us close enough to the van for his heavy chair to make it through the gravel.  Most of the time you would just order one and are not faced with something like this.


Tim had another great option for us.  He had a ramp that we could rent!!!  Yes Rent!! They would even bring it the 60 plus miles to set it up and come back and take it down when we check out.  He said they could be at the cabin in the next few hours.  SOLD!!!

Not only did they bring a very safe 10 foot ramp with hand rails but also threshold ramps for free for us to use!!!!


I can not say enough about the team at Amramp and Tim for helping us in our time of need and thinking outside the box to help us.   Tim truly saved this week long retreat for us as well as the others on the trip.  They checked in with us throughout the week and made sure everything was fine and we did not need anymore help.  As promised, they were there when we checked out to take it all back to Knoxville.


It was a wake up call for us to remember the rules of travel with a wheelchair or a person with limited mobility.


I will be perching my own set of portable ramps to have on hand from Tim and Amramp in the coming weeks.  I have looked at ramps but just never knew what to get, so I never did buy any.  I feel that with the personal attention Tim and his team gives we will have the correct ramp for our future needs.


Please check out there web site for all your needs and give Tim a call or fill out the customer contact form on the web site and they will get in touch with you and he will be more than helpful in getting you what you are looking for.




In my next post I will be going over the rules to remember when booking a cabin or even a hotel room along with some very important questions to ask.”



Amramp is the leading company in the United States specializing in modular steel wheelchair ramps, offering sturdy, customizable ramps for disability access that enable the aging and disabled population to remain in their homes with independence and mobility. Ramps can be installed temporarily for short or long term needs without damaging the housing structure as they are not a permanent modification to the home. Amramp products comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and are available for sale or rental with no minimum time frame and no ramp size restrictions.

Amramp also installs Vertical Platform Lifts which are used where the length of a ramp might be impractical. Portable wheelchair showers are used when a client cannot utilize the shower or tub facility and does not want to remodel the bathroom.

 Amramp Eastern Tennessee serves Eastern and Central Tennessee: Service areas include Knoxville, Nashville, Alcoa, Athens, Brentwood, Bristol, Chattanooga, Clarksville, Cleveland, Columbia, Cookeville, Crossville, Dandridge, Dickson, East Ridge, Elizabethton, Farragut, Franklin, Gallatin, Goodlettsville, Greeneville, Harriman,  Hendersonville, Jefferson City, Johnson City, Kingsport, La Follette, La Vergne, Lebanon, Lenoir City, Lewisburg, Loudon, Madisonville, Maryville, McMinnville, Morristown, Mount Juliet, Murfreesboro, Newport, Oak Ridge, Pigeon Forge, Red Bank, Sevierville, Seymour, Shelbyville, Smyrna, Soddy Daisy, Springfield, Spring Hill, Sweetwater, Tullahoma, Union City and White House. 

 Amramp Eastern Tennessee is locally owned and operated by Tim Rash and Dave Taylor. They can be reached at 865-438-8032 or via email at dave.taylor@amramp.com and tim.rash@amramp.com.

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Amramp Offers Accessibility to Huntington, IN Mayor

Posted on Thu, Mar 27, 2014

Amramp Offers Accessibility to Huntington Mayor During
“Week on Wheels” for Disability Awareness Month

Mayor Brooks Fetters made a visit to Pathfinder Services during his “Week on Wheels” to bring attention to Disability Awareness Month and the accessibility solution that Amramp provides.  During his visit to the North Campus of Pathfinder Services, located at 2824 Theater Avenue in Huntington, the Mayor easily accessed the building while in a wheelchair thanks to the steel Amramp ramp system.

Amramp allows for families and businesses to rent or purchase an ADA compliant, low cost, modular ramp, featuring an open mesh ramp surface. The unique, perforated steel mesh ramp surface has an open pattern, allowing moisture to drain, reducing the possibility of a slippery ice surface or mold build-up.

Amramp ramp systems are safe, sturdy and durable, can be moved and reconfigured, are environmentally friendly, and are Recyclable, Reusable, and Rentable.

Amramp offers free business and home evaluations and meet with each client to custom design a safe ramp. Solutions for each client’s needs are available in days, not weeks or months, and most installations take less than a day. Amramp, the newest division of Pathfinder Services, Inc., specializes in modular wheelchair ramps, threshold ramps, grab bars and other accessibility products, providing accessibility solutions for clients in North Eastern Indiana. 

“Our ramp systems are available for rent or purchase, and provides access to homes, businesses, stages, athletic fields, churches and more,” stated Loretta Mottram, Senior Director of Business Development.  “Our steel modular ramps are made in the USA from 100% recycled and recyclable steel, are rentable and most ramps can be installed in hours,” Mottram added.

For more information and for pricing on Amramp ramps please call Julie Parrett at Amramp at (260) 519-0101, e-mail her at julie.parett@amramp.com or visit http://www.amramp.com/wheelchairramps-huntington-indiana

For more information about Pathfinder Services, Inc. please visit www.pathfinderservices.org. Pathfinder Services, Inc. is a comprehensive human and community development not-for-profit human services organization based in Huntington, where it was founded in 1966. In addition to Huntington County, Pathfinder Services also provides services in Adams, Allen, Dekalb, Grant, LaGrange, Marshall, Noble, Starke, Steuben, Wabash, Wells, and Whitley Counties.


Loretta Mottram, Pathfinder and Mayor Brooks Fetters celebrate Disability Awareness Week in Huntington, IN

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Amramp Provides Access for Taste of Atlanta

Posted on Thu, Oct 24, 2013

(Atlanta, GA) - Amramp provides access for everyone to enjoy the 2013 Taste of Atlanta Festival October 25, 26 & 27, Midtown Atlanta at Tech Square.

Joanne Bradley, owner of Amramp Atlanta, installed three wheelchair ramps, including one over the wall to access the food court for this weekend’s food festival. Taste of Atlanta turned to Amramp, a local provider of wheelchair ramps, again to provide access for foodies this weekend. This is the fourth year that Amramp has worked with Taste of Atlanta.

Taste of Atlanta is a food lover's dream festival that attracts thousands of people every year to enjoy the culinary creations from some of the best restaurants in Atlanta. More than 90 of the best restaurants in Atlanta will be sampling their dishes this year.

Visit www.amramp.com/atlanta-ga or tasteofatlanta.com for more information.

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Amramp Provides Access for Eric LeGrand at Seton Hall

Posted on Wed, Sep 25, 2013

Amramp Provides Access for Eric LeGrand at Seton Hall

The Seton Hall School of Health and Medical Sciences featured Eric LeGrand’s New Team as the inaugural Interprofessional Perspectives Speaker Series event on September 16, 2013. The event featured the former NCAA Division I football player and his personal story of triumph over adversity.

The charismatic Eric LeGrand uses a wheelchair. The Seton Hall School of Health and Medical Sciences turned to Amramp to provide access to the stage for LeGrand. Amramp has provided temporary wheelchair ramps for several LeGrand appearances inNew York,New Jersey andFlorida.

The Seton Hall School of Health and Medical Sciences contacted Jack Pignatello, of Amramp Northern New Jersey, a local provider of wheelchair ramps, to assist in the effort.Amramp,America’s leading wheelchair ramp, was able to provide easy access for LeGrand to reach the auditorium stage just for one night!

LeGrand is a motivating source of inspiration to all who interact with him. Attendees heard firsthand why "bELieve" is the philosophy that encourages him to power through his intense rehabilitation therapies, and how faith rouses his spirit to make an impact in others' lives.

Amramp is the leading company in the United States specializing in modular steel wheelchair ramps, offering sturdy, customizable ramps for disability access that enable the aging and disabled population to remain in their homes with independence and mobility. Amramp installs accessibility ramps throughout the service area at businesses, residences, schools and institutions. Ramps can be installed temporarily for short or long term needs without damaging the structure as they are not a permanent modification to the home or building.  Amramp products are available for sale or rental with no minimum time frame and no ramp size restrictions. 



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