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.
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