This year more than ever, summer will be a great time to get together with family and friends for cookouts, pool parties, weddings, and graduation ceremonies – just to name a few. If you want to make sure that everyone on your invitation list can attend your summer events, including those with mobility challenges, a wheelchair ramp rental or other accessibility solution from Amramp will make your summer gatherings a celebration for everyone.
In July 1990, the civil rights of people with disabilities were forever changed with the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Thirty-one years ago this month, the United States enacted laws that prohibit discrimination against Americans who are living with disabilities, including those with mobility challenges. And, since 1990, Disability Awareness Dayhas been … Read more
On May 27, 2021, RampsRVA installed their 500th wheelchair ramp for a gentleman in the Richmond area who was impacted by COVID-19. This ramp recipient lost use of his legs and suffers from other major health issues after battling Covid. Despite no underlying conditions, he was hospitalized for weeks and almost lost his battle with … Read more
Elderly and at-risk patients are particularly vulnerable in a group environment such as nursing homes during this COVID19 pandemic. Health officials are now suggesting that if family members are able to provide care at home, they may want to consider bringing their loved ones home during this pandemic. Dr. Barbara Ferrer, Los Angeles County’s public … Read more
Today may be National Doctor’s Day, but here at Amramp we want to recognize all healthcare professionals working around the clock during this difficult time. Thank you to all the doctors, nurses, paramedics, and everyone involved in keeping our hospitals and healthcare clinics running smoothly during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are donating 300 gloves and … Read more
Many states are issuing stay-at-home advisories or mandating lockdowns for all non-essential businesses. Amramp qualifies as a designated “essential service” as defined by federal guidelines due to the crucial role we play in serving the public need for accessibility. As an essential service we will continue to provide first class service to people with limited … Read more