The Amramp Boston team just completed installation of a temporary walkway at Wellesley College in that is almost 500 feet long!
Huntington Mayor Brooks Fetters and members of the Mayor’s Advisory Council on Community Accessibility (MACCA) highlighted Disability Awareness Month by participating in a “Downtown Roll Around” in Huntington on March 31st. During the Roll Around, Amramp Huntington provided a wheelchair ramp for participants to test.
The conference schedule aims to “provide a collaborative, professional, and educational exchange where long term care (LTC) issues can be addressed in new and meaningful ways.” Another highlight: plenty of opportunities to meet and network with leaders in the insurance and technology field. The Long Term Care industry is constantly evolving, and a conference like ILTCI provides a meeting of minds where new ideas and solutions can flourish. As the largest generation of Americans – the Baby Boomers – settle into retirement, Long Term Care is going to play a huge part in their lives in the years and decades to come.
PACE (Programs of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) is an organization that is aligned with Amramp’s own mission as a company: to provide mobility solutions and full accessibility to all, including the senior population in America and Canada, which is why we wouldn’t miss this year’s annual PACE Conference, taking place October 26th-29th at the Hilton Bayfront in San Diego, California.