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Short-term wheelchair ramp rental becomes Santa’s helper

Even Santa sometimes needs a wheelchair ramp. Parents with strollers, disabled children in wheelchairs, and elders using walking aids all got their chance to reach Santa and his gifts and decorations on an elevated stage inside the Stratford Square Mall in Bloomingdale, Illinois.

Amramp became Santa’s helper with a modular wheelchair ramp customized for the venue.  
Short-term wheelchair ramp rentals can make fund-raisers and holiday activities fun for everyone. Amramp rents temporary wheelchair ramps, even if the ramps are only needed for one day – such as Election Day – a weekend, or up to six months.

Holiday bazaars, church fairs, visits with Santa: The season’s best events boost nonprofits and soup kitchens, but often the venues make it difficult for everyone to participate. Church basements and other historic buildings often cannot accommodate supporters and friends who use wheelchairs or other walking aids.

Amramp’s modular wheelchair ramps can easily be adapted to buildings of all kinds, including those with side or rear entrances. Amramp has made churches and other historic buildings safer and more convenient with non-slip surfaces that are essential in bad weather.

Amramp’s 43 locations nationwide are proud to install wheelchair ramps usually within 48 hours.

When you're looking for accessibility products, you need a company with experience. Amramp is familiar with the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act as well as local zoning laws.

Certified Aging in Place Speciliasts (CAPS) are trained by the National Association of Home Builders on remodeling and retrofitting existing homes for special needs.

Amramp can evaluate any home to determine what changes are needed to make the living space as accommodating as possible in the years ahead.

Check out Amramp’s full line of accessibility solutions or take advantage of Amramp’s FREE evaluation to review your needs and lay out a plan that is right for you by calling 888-715-7598 or emailing to [email protected].

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