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 Provides Access in Harvard Square During Sidewalk Renovation

Posted on Mon, Jul 13, 2015
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The unique design of Amramp’s modular wheelchair ramps makes a perfect solution for all types of accessibility needs. Here’s a great example of an Amramp application as a temporary walkway and wheelchair ramp to provide access during a major sidewalk renovation project in Harvard Square in Cambridge, MA.

The Amramp wheelchair ramps allow shoppers and tourists to still have full access to the stores and attractions during the renovations.

Storeowners, municipalities and contractors across the country rent the Amramp ADA compliant wheelchair ramps as a temporary bridge to keep retail establishments open and wheelchair accessible during sidewalk infrastructure improvements.

Amramp installs accessibility ramps throughout the US and parts of Canada at businesses, residences, schools and institutions. 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 or have access to public buildings and facilities.

The Amramp wheelchair 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 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 stair lifts and vertical platform lifts as well as other accessibility products.

Learn more about Amramp and the products we offer at www.amramp.com.

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Wheelchair ramps: Should I rent or buy?

Posted on Fri, Jun 05, 2015
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Renting vs. buying wheelchair ramps: Amramp’s handy checklist makes it easy

The decision whether to buy or rent a wheelchair ramp can be confusing, but Amramp offers options to suit every situation. An overall rule of thumb to follow is: If the ramp will only be used for six months or less, then it is more economical to rent than to buy. More than six months? Buying is the way to go. 

If you’re still not sure which timeframe your scenario fits into, below is a checklist of common uses for ramps and whether it makes more sense to rent or buy a wheelchair ramp, depending on your situation.

Renting a ramp is preferable when:

  • The individual is injured and only requires short-term rehabilitation. Sometimes injuries are temporarily debilitating, and medical professionals expect that full mobility will return.
  • The space you’re in is transitional or a rental property. Landlords may not be willing to foot the bill to install a permanent ramp, so a rental ramp can be the answer.
  • Construction is impeding use of your normal ADA-compliant access. Often renovations require rerouting, yet buildings must remain accessible. Amramp can accommodate your needs, as it did for Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall during elevator upgrades.
  • It’s clearly an end-of-life or hospice situation, and you know that your loved one or the patient will not be with you for many more months or years.
  • You have houseguests visiting with mobility challenges and are looking to accommodate them during their stay, or if
  • You are planning a special event such as a wedding, awards ceremony, graduation, family reunion, election, or any other type of major gathering.

Amramp rents and can have your wheelchair ramp installed for as little as a day, and it is fully ADA-compliant. 

Buying a ramp is preferable when

  • You or the individual in question owns the home/property and wants to make it permanently accessible for many years to come, or
  • You know that it will be in use more than six months of the year.

The best part of the Amramp system is that it gives you flexibility to decide what works best. Our franchise teams will respond within 24 hours of a request to set up a time to do a site visit, and installation is quick and efficient—usually within 24-48 hours after receiving your approval, since building permits are not required. 

Amramp’s rent-to-buy offer

Although this checklist covers most common situations requiring a wheelchair ramp, it can still be tough to plan for every possible variable. The good news is there is no minimum rental period for an Amramp ramp: If you are not sure how long you’ll need it, then we recommend renting it until you are able to make a more definite decision. If you do decide to purchase, 75% of the rental fee will be converted toward your purchase price.

Rental costs vary depending on the length of the ramp and rental time, but there is nothing to lose by calling Amramp to arrange a free evaluation and estimate—even if you only need the ramp for one day!

Wheelchair ramps for renting and buying with installation by a local expert

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 Makes Graduation Accessible for Everyone

Posted on Thu, May 14, 2015
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Make your school’s graduation celebration accessible to students, friends and loved ones of all mobility levels

Graduation season is right around the corner, which means ceremonies and celebrations will be taking place for high school, college, and graduate school students coast-to-coast. Planners must consider not just graduates who may use a wheelchair or require assistance but also faculty and staff, family members, and friends. It's vital to ensure that your school’s event has the necessary components in place to make your venue accessible to all – especially aging or injured loved ones.

ADA-compliant graduation ceremony requires the following, according to this helpful checklist created by the Illinois ADA Project:

  • Staff coordination and training – Make sure that staff members are fully informed and properly trained on how to provide assistance throughout the event, since failure in this area is the number one cause of problems and lawsuits.
  • Invitations, promotional materials, and programs – Invitations and promotional materials need to take into account recipients with hearing, sight, and other communication issues, and should make clear what the accessibility options will be at the ceremony. It's also smart to include an accommodation-request form.
  • Site selection – The right venue is clearly an essential step, and Amramp's rental modular ramps and lifts can help to convert any site into an ADA-compliant one.
  • Auxiliary aids and services – A school must provide visual or aural aids and services for those with vision or hearing limitations.
  • Service animals – Specially trained/designated animals are to be permitted in all public areas throughout the event.
  • Auditorium seating – Try to integrate wheelchair seating throughout the auditorium so that families can sit together.
  • Stage access – There should be no need for wheelchair-using students, faculty, administrators, and honored guests to have to speak or receive/bestow diplomas anywhere other than the stage. Amramp’s modular ramps make it easy for planners to accommodate their needs.

Amramp previously published an article listing additional steps to consider from a logistical and aesthetic standpoint when organizing a wheelchair-accessible graduation; these steps go beyond the basic ADA requirements to create an event that is streamlined, aesthetically pleasing, and memorable. Click the link above for Brett McKee of Amramp of California's useful tips.

 It may seem like a lot, but with a little planning and consideration, you'll find these are easy modifications to make – especially with the help from friendly experts your nearby Amramp franchise, who will walk you through the process step-by-step. Everyone deserves to take part in a graduate's special day, and Amramp's modular ramps, lifts, and friendly service can convert any space, indoor or outdoor, into an accessible one.

  Graduation wheelchair ramps: Rent from the ADA experts

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

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Amramp Provides Accessibility During "Downtown Roll Around"

Posted on Tue, Apr 07, 2015
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Huntington Mayor Brooks Fetters and members of the Mayor's Advisory Council on Community Accessibility (MACCA) highlighted Disability Awareness Month by participating in a “Downtown Roll Around” in Huntington on March 31st.  During the Roll Around, Amramp Huntington provided a wheelchair ramp for participants to test.

Amramp allows for families and businesses to rent or purchase an ADA compliant, low cost, modular wheelchair ramp solutions. 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. Solutions for each client’s needs are available in days, not weeks or months, and most installations take less than a day. Amramp Huntington, a division of Pathfinder Services, Inc., specializes in modular wheelchair ramps, threshold ramps, grab bars and other accessibility products, providing accessibility solutions for clients in Northeast Indiana. 

“Our ramp systems provide easy 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, can be purchased or rented and most ramps can be installed in a matter of hours.”

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

 

About Amramp Huntington                                                              

Amramp Huntington, a division of Pathfinder Services, Inc., allows for organizations, families and businesses to rent or purchase an ADA compliant, low cost, modular wheelchair ramp, featuring a patented non-slip 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 offers free home evaluations and meets with each client to custom design the ramp. Ramps are available in days, not weeks or months, and most installations take less than a day. For a free evaluation for your special event or for more information on Amramp please call 260-519-0101 or e-mail to diane.miller@amramp.com.

Pathfinder Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit comprehensive human and community development organization headquartered in Huntington, where it was founded in 1966. In addition to Huntington County, Pathfinder Services also serves individuals and families in Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Elkhart, Jay, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Marshall, Miami, Noble, St. Joe, Starke, Steuben, Wabash, Wells and Whitley Counties.  Additional information about Pathfinder Services can be found at www.pathfinderservices.org.

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Amramp at Nation's Leading Workers Comp Conference

Posted on Tue, Nov 11, 2014

Expert guidance from industry leaders, networking opportunities to share best practices and ideas with peers, as well as valuable continuing education credits are what await the thousands of workers comp industry professionals who will be heading to the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas on November 19th-21st for the 23rd annual National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference & Expo (NWCDC) #NWCDconf.

This conference is the premier source for those seeking to stay on the forefront of cutting-edge industry developments and solutions to common problems facing those working in workers’ compensation and disability management.

Amramp is looking forward to joining more than 260 fellow healthcare-focused vendors at what promises to be a hugely attended, top-notch event. Many of the companies participating are experts on:

  • Alternative Risk
  • Captives
  • Case Management
  • Claims Investigation
  • Claims Management
  • Cost Containment
  • Disability Management
  • Ergonomic Solutions
  • Healthcare Management
  • Injury Prevention
  • Insurance
  • Managed Care
  • Medical and Pharmaceutical
  • Processing Solutions
  • Rehabilitation
  • Reporting Software
  • Return-to-Work
  • Risk Management
  • Safety
  • Screening
  • Surveillance
  • Technology
  • TPAs
  • Translation
  • Transportation
  • Vocational Rehabilitation

The list of industry professionals and leaders who will be speaking throughout the conference is similarly diverse and comprehensive, with an opening keynote speech provided by L. Casey Chosewood, M.D., Senior Medical Officer, Director, Office for Total Worker HealthTM Coordination and Research, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, and is entitled “Integrating Employees’ Health and Well-Being to Improve the Bottom Line.”

Educational sessions will be given in five different breakout tracks: Claims Management, Medical Management, Program Management, Disability Management, and Legal/Regulatory Issues. Each track will offer lectures on exciting and useful topics in courses approved for AAOHN, CDMSC, CCMC, CRCC, CWCP, and HRCI credits, such as:

  • Claims Management: “Going Beyond a ‘Hunch’: How Analytics and Predictive Modeling Can Identify and Prevent Drug Abuse”
  • Medical Management: “Medical Case Management: How to Position Your Program for Best Outcomes”
  • Program Management: “Behavior-Based Safety Program: How You Can Prevent Injuries and Improve Product Quality”
  • Disability Management: “The Productivity Challenge: Engaging Injured, Absent, and Disconnected Workers”
  • Legal/Regulatory Issues: “Turning the Workers’ Comp Settlement Into a Global Settlement: Tackling the General Release & Resignation”

There will even be a bonus event on Tuesday the 18th: an optional Women in Workers’ Compensation Forum, the inaugural leadership and networking event for women.

Amramp can’t wait to be a part of this vibrant gathering again in 2014 – if you’re planning to attend the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference & Expo at  Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, please stop by our EXPO Booth #1452 to learn more about our modular wheelchair ramps for RENT or Buy, stairlifts, vertical platform lifts and other accessibility solutions for short-term and long-term disabilities.

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Amramp Helps America Vote

Posted on Tue, Nov 04, 2014

            Polling places across the country have been made accessible again this Election Day with the help of wheelchair ramps provided by Amramp.

             Brett McKee, Amramp Los Angeles and his team installed over 133 feet of steel, modular ramp systems to six polling places in Los Angeles, North Hollywood, Torrance, Redondo Beach, Santa Monica and South Gate.  

             Amramp Los Angeles installers began installing ramps Saturday, November 1 to insure the ramps will be in place in time for Election Day.  Beginning on Wednesday, November 5, these ramps will be disassembled and returned to the warehouse for use in other future rental applications. 

             The Amramp Boston Team installed ten temporary wheelchair ramps throughout the greater Boston area as well.

             Brett said, “We are pleased to help ensure all citizens can participate in the election process again this year. It is gratifying to see people using the ramps at various precincts including churches, synagogues, homes, schools and community centers. They otherwise may not have been able to participate in their right to vote because of the inability to climb stairs.” 

              Municipalities across the US can rent ADA compliant wheelchair ramps from Amramp just for one day to help their citizens vote on Election Day.

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Amramp Helps US Olympic and Paralympic Athletes Celebrate in Washington, DC

Posted on Thu, Apr 17, 2014

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More than 200 Team USA athletes, including 78 medalists from the 2014 Sochi Games, were celebrated at a red-carpet event at the historic Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., on April 2 for the US Olympic Committee’s inaugural Best of US awards program.

 

Greg Lazzaroni of Amramp DC is proud to have installed two wheelchair ramps at the reception so all the athletes would be able to meet and mingle during the event. The event organizer said, “The ramps were great, they were using them like crazy. Thanks for a great job!”

 

U.S. Olympic Committee’s inaugural Best of U.S. awards program drew more than 200 Team USA athletes who competed in the Olympic and Paralympic Games, 78 wearing their 2014 medals.

 

Wearing her two bronze medals for alpine skiing, Best Female Paralympian and Moment of the Games awards-winner Stephanie Jallen noted the magnitude of the games: "The Paralympics meant everything to me," Jallen told USA Today. Jallen was born with one leg and one fully developed arm. "I trained for it for nine years. The opportunity alone to race and represent the USA was … I can't even describe it. And then to be able to medal."

 

Paralympic alpine skier Mark Bathum was tapped Best Male Paralympian. The men’s sled hockey team was designated Team of the Games. Skater Jason Brown’s coach and guide Kori Ade was honored with the USG Building Dreams award, according to TeamUSA.org.

 

Other notable Paralympians

 

After a motorcycle collision with a drunk driver, then aspiring professional skateboarder Evan Strong lost a leg. A decade later, the Paralympic snowboarding gold medalist said, “I never dreamed about being a Paralympian or winning a Paralympic gold medal. After the accident I wanted to get back to life and to sports again. I love it. I couldn’t live without it.”

 

Two-time sled hockey Paralympian Greg Shaw commented on NBC broadcasting the gold-medal sled hockey game live: “It’s awesome getting so much coverage for our sport. People recognize me because they saw me on TV.” Joining his teammates to accept their award for Team of the Games, Shaw told TeamUSA.org: “It’s really like a brotherhood.”

 

Best of U.S. Paralympic Award-Winners

The first-ever awards were selected by fans after the US Olympic Committee nominated Olympians and Paralympians.

Best Female Paralympian: Stephanie Jallen, two bronze medals, alpine skiing

Best Male Paralympian: Mark Bathum, two silver medals, alpine skiing

Best Team/Paralympics: men's sled hockey, gold medalists

Best Moment/Paralympics: another award for Stephanie Jallen, two bronze medals in alpine skiing

The Paralympic Games bring together athletes with a range of physical and intellectual challenges, including mobility limitations but also blindness, cerebral palsy, and amputations. The Paralympics started as a small gathering of British World War II veterans in 1948 and grew from there; in 2014, 47 nations/committees sent representative athletes to Sochi. “Para” in Greek means “beside” or “alongside,” and the Paralympic Games are held “in parallel” with the Olympic Games. 1988 marked the first year that the Paralympics were automatically held in the same location directly following the Olympic Games, and this agreement has continued through 2014.

 

Amramp keeps mobility within reach

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Amramp Installs 174-Foot Ramp at Boston’s Historic Faneuil Hall Rotunda

Posted on Fri, Mar 15, 2013

Faneuil Hall Chooses Amramp for Full Accessibility During Elevator Upgrades

Can anyone provide a temporary ramp for wheelchair access to the second level of the mall?

It was a big job, but Amramp of Boston was more than up to the task.

The Commerce Center Mall at Faneuil Hall is currently undergoing elevator changes that will eliminate essential wheelchair access to the second-level shops. Management contacted Amramp for a solution that would comply with codes and not impact the historic space in any way.

The Commerce Center Mall is one of Boston's premier shopping, dining, and tourism hotspots, as well as a major historic landmark attracting 100,000 visitors daily.

In less than 48 hours after authorization to proceed, Amramp began producing engineering and City of Boston building permits. Work began over the weekend and by working 12 hours each day, the ramp was completed exactly on time. The City of Boston Building Department approved the stamped engineering plans and issued a work permit. By Monday, the Amramp team had already started installing the 174-foot ramp, spanning 14'8" in elevation.

The ramp is crucial, not just for complying with the Americans With Disabilities Act, but without a ramp to the second floor, all of the shops would have closed for at least a month. Faneuil Hall attracts 100,000 visitors daily, rain or shine: Closed shops incur significant damage to shops’ sales – and lost revenue for one of Boston’s premier landmarks.

The installation team worked 12-hour days to get the job completed. The installation started Monday, finishing up at 2 PM on Friday. Chief installer Brad Blakeman worked with two crew chiefs on the job, Jason Bradley and Drew Gibson, along with fellow installers' helpers Derek Bartulio, Tyrone Dickerson, and Tony McGill. The overall project manager was Steve Turner, while Conor Sweeney and Fran Barry handled the staging of materials, pre-assembly, planning, and engineering, and Jon Gordon served as the sales contact.

"I am so very proud to be associated with this team of dedicated people," says Amramp President and Founder Julian Gordon. "Faneuil Hall is a perfect example of how historic buildings can remain functional for everyone all of mobility levels, especially when mechanical features like an elevator are not working. An Amramp wheelchair ramp works rain or shine, and especially well in snow, with a steel-mesh platform that disperses precipitation.”

Faneuil Hall is named after wealthy Boston merchant Peter Faneuil, who built the structure in 1742 as a gift to the city. Faneuil Hall, also known as Quincy Market, is home to more than 100 upscale shops, restaurants, and specialty pushcarts, but it's also the spot where the original signers of the Declaration of Independence gathered from nearby Colonies before they started the big journey to Philadelphia in 1776. It has served as a gathering place for many famous historical figures over the centuries.

The ramp was built entirely from in-stock, standard Amramp materials, reflecting the huge range and capabilities of Amramp's unique modular system, but also highlighting the skills and engineering expertise of Amramp’s expert installers. 

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Amramp Exhibits at Franchise Expo South in Miami

Posted on Wed, Jan 16, 2013

Amramp’s Franchise Expo South Booth Offers Information About Franchising Opportunities

Calling all self-starters and entrepreneurs!

Amramp exhibited at the Franchise Expo South, happening this past weekend, January 11th-13th in sunny Miami, Florida. The Franchise Expo is one of the largest events of its kind on the planet, and it brings together people who own franchises (or would like to start franchising) with the companies that offer franchise licenses, but it also provides excellent learning opportunities and seminars tailored to help you get the most out of your franchise or to guide you in expanding your business.

Amramp received great interest from attendees from South Florida as well as from Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Colombia, Brazil and Russia.

Amramp offers franchise ownerships throughout the U.S. and Canada, serving both entrepreneurs and a growing population that needs mobility solutions like wheelchair ramps and Aging in Place products. Franchisees who are highly self-motivated and willing to go the extra mile to make their business successful and find the outstanding customer service that Amramp is known for very desirable.

Amramp franchise partners often already have deep ties to their communities and a lot invested in the local area, as well as being knowledgeable about it. The franchising setup allows each franchisee to use his or her own skill set and creativity to put Amramp's products and services to their best possible use when finding mobility solutions for their customers. It’s a win-win for everyone.

The conference at the Miami Beach Convention Center offered four different “tracks” to fit every type of conference attendee:

1. Buying a Franchise: for those who are still in the research or planning stages of becoming franchise owners.

2. Franchising Your Business: if you are looking to develop or grow your business, or are in the early stages of running it.

3. Three Party Franchising: for the next level of middle management franchise experience, including master franchising, subfranchising, and/or area representative franchising.

4. Franchisors Seeking Growth: for growing your business within or outside of the United States in international markets.

Including Amramp, nearly 175 companies exhibited at Franchise Expo South.  Learn more about Amramp franchising opportunities! Franchising with Amramp is a great way to grow a successful business and also make a difference in the lives of others as part of your daily work.

Call Amramp today to learn more about franchising opportunities

Please contact Amramp’s National Call Center 888-887-1186

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