“I got teary the day my Amramp, wheelchair ramp system came: It was such a relief to never have to worry about leaving the house and worry about how to get back in,” says Myra Canipe of Camden, South Carolina.
Ventura Film Festival Provides Wheelchair Ramp Access
Ventura, CA)—A 39 foot temporary Wheelchair Ramp was provided Tuesday, March 24, 2009 to the Ventura Film Fest to accommodate attendees at the historic Elks Lodge in Ventura. An Amramp was provided to assist Film Fest attendees wanting to attend films in Theater 2. Dylan McKee, an Amramp Installer, helped train local volunteer, Michael Tine for the installation on Wednesday in preparation for the opening night, Thursday March 26.
“The Ups and Downs of Ramps”: The National Home Builders Association Magazine
I have just had the good fortune to have an article published that I co-authored with an Occupational Therapist. This article titled “The Ups and Downs of Ramps”, is now appearing in a national magazine for The National Home Builders Association. I want to thank Amramp for allowing use of some materials used in the … Read more
Boston Red Sox Provides Ramp Access
This year Amramp provided hundreds of feet of wheelchair ramps to Fenway Park. Hopefully, any visitors using our ramps will be lucky enough to see the Red Sox win a game!
Military Museum – South Portland, Maine
The Military Museum & Learning Center in South Portland, Maine has recently installed a new wheelchair ramp. The new Amramp, wheelchair ramp will allow all members of the community to have equal access when they visit the museum. The museum is located in Mill Creek Park in an old city building. This newly opened museum will honor all Maine veterans and will help preserve the memory of their heroic actions.
Ventura Film Premiere – Thy Will Be Done
This is a good documentary. Jacob Cunningham directed the 2009
film, Thy Will Be Done about the life of Kevin Natale who as a 14 year
old in 1994 was shot in neck and paralyzed by a next door neighbor.
The film is the story of Kevin’s journey and the impact on his family
and the shooter’s family. See https://www.thywillbedonefilm.com.