Amramp franchise partner Michael Meyer serving Washington, DC, recently played a key part in a major international conference hosted by the Organization of American States. The topic of the conference was disability rights – an issue that is close to Amramp’s heart.
Graduation is a time when event planners who don’t generally think about wheelchair ramps must put them on their agendas. Graduation ceremonies aren’t always held in buildings that are wheelchair accessible. With improved weather across much of the country, outdoor graduations are generally the norm. Schools, colleges, universities, and other institutions are required to comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act, making wheelchair ramp rentals an ideal solution.
The Joint Veteran’s Commission in Cleveland, Ohio recently held a Flag Day event in June, 2010. The event was being held to celebrate the service that veterans and active military provide to our country.
With families spread far and wide across the country, summer is the time when get-togethers are easier. That means grandparents, of course. But they and other family members who use a wheelchair or walker have special needs.