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10 Tips for Accessible Travel This Holiday Season

Accessible Travel

The holidays are a time for family, friends, and relaxation. But for some elderly and disabled people, this can be difficult to achieve because of accessibility issues. That’s why we’ve put together 10 essential tips for accessible travel that will help you get the most out of this special time.

Disabled Teacher Instructs First-Graders About Disability

There’s a direct frankness to the way 6-year-olds see the world that would be easy to mistake for rudeness. But Daija Coleman knows better. On the first day of her first year as a first-grade teacher, Coleman knew her Jardine Elementary School students would be curious. Why was she in a wheelchair? Because her legs don’t work quite like theirs. Why did they always have to take the big ramp connecting the school’s first and second floors? Same reason.

Living Solutions for Aging Loved Ones

Nearly 90 percent of surveyed seniors over age 65 want to stay in their current residence for as long as possible, but many of those homes are not equipped to let them “age in place”. Mental, physical, and financial health are also key considerations in deciding the best living situation for an aging loved one. … Read more

Amramp Provides Access for Keystone Military Families Food Bank in Shoemakersville, PA

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Keystone Military Families Food Bank is an organization based in Shoemakersville, Pennsylvania that has been assisting deployed troops, veterans and military families since 2002. Their goal is to provide support to the military community while preserving their dignity. They are currently operating a food bank at their Shoemakersville center, serving from 40 to 60 families weekly. They found that some of their families had difficulty accessing the center because it was not wheelchair accessible. They turned to Nick Marcellino to install a wheelchair ramp. Nick and Amramp Philadelphia team were honored to be able to be able to help and provide the ramp.

 

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Amramp partners with Texas Boy Scout to make camp cabin accessible

When future Eagle Scout Joshua Price needed a service project, he decided to make a difference for his troop leader’s daughter, who uses a wheelchair. Her mother, a local camp director, and father would carry her in and out of the cabins, which were not handicap accessible. Seeking an Eagle Scout project that would help not only those he knew but also other campers with mobility issues, 17-year-old Joshua set out to change that.

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