Dave Hoglund and the Amramp Northeast PA/Central NJ team are featured on the George to the Rescue television show when George surprises Sparsh Shah, an uplifting child prodigy, with a special music space that will help him change the world. The Amramp team installed a wheelchair ramp to provide Sparsh with safel, easy access to his new music room at his Iselin, NJ home. The Amramp segment starts around the 9:30 mark on this video – https://youtu.be/lCcjrOgZc4I
Sparsh was born with an incurable disease called Osteogrnesis Imperfecta, which makes his bones extremely fragile and brittle. He has been gifted with a wonderful voice and brilliant mind. His rapper avatar name is “PURRHYTHM”.
George to the Rescue, starring George Oliphant and his team of contractors and designers, rescues the homes of deserving people in the New York Metro area. He can be seen in the New York area on the NBC network. Check your local listings for the schedule.
Amramp installs accessibility ramps throughout the United States and parts of Canada at businesses, residences, schools and institutions. Amramp is the leading company in North America specializing in modular steel wheelchair ramps, offering sturdy, customizable ramps for disability access that enable the aging and disabled population to fully access the community with independence and mobility. Amramp provides a full line of accessibility solutions, including stair lifts, vertical platform lifts and more.
Residential and commercial 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. 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.
For more information on Amramp, visit our website or call 800-649-5215 to arrange a free estimate.
When you're looking for accessibility products, you need a company with experience. Amramp is familiar with the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act as well as local zoning laws.
Certified Aging in Place Speciliasts (CAPS) are trained by the National Association of Home Builders on remodeling and retrofitting existing homes for special needs.
Amramp can evaluate any home to determine what changes are needed to make the living space as accommodating as possible in the years ahead.
Check out Amramp’s full line of accessibility solutions or take advantage of Amramp’s FREE evaluation to review your needs and lay out a plan that is right for you by calling 888-715-7598 or emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.