A few weeks ago, Dave Taylor and Tim Rash of Amramp Eastern Tennessee received a call to remove a wheelchair ramp they had installed for a short-term rental in the Knoxville, TN area. When they were removing the ramp, they were asked if they could go next door to evaluate the home of their mother, who was 88 and was having trouble navigating the steps in her garage. Of course they did so, and had the pleasure of meeting one of the nicest people you could ever meet.
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.
Last Friday, we had an opportunity to host several guests from the ALS Association, Massachusetts Chapter – Jan Obermann, Shannon Wheeler and Margie Ware – here at our South Boston headquarters. We have worked with the ALS Association for many years to install wheelchair ramps and other accessibility products for their families.