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State of the Art Wheelchair Ramp to the Rescue


Video transcript:

Sparsh Shah: I have osteogenesis imperfecta in layman’s terms, that’s brittle bone disorder. It’s a rare, and currently incurable genetic disorder. It causes a person’s bones to be very fragile.

George: At only 14 years old, Sparsh has already suffered over 130 fractures and endured multiple surgeries, but he always perseveres. Sparsh is determined to change the world and I wanna help him do it.

And the best way I can do that is to make it easier for him to do it from the comfort of his own home. Accessibility is a major challenge, but I have some big ideas that it’ll give sparse the freedom to continue inspiring millions, Dave, how’s it going, man?

George: Good to see you glad to have Amramp here on the rescue. Now that we have leveled the floors, it’s time to address how Sparsh is getting in and out of this house. So we brought in the best the team from Amramp is here. They’ve got us a state of the art versatile ramp that can stand up to mother nature. I see the guys are already starting to install. It’s a huge difference from what was here

Dave Hoglund: (Central NJ, Northeast PA franchise owner): Compared to what he was using before the steepness of the slope is gonna be a much gradual slope. It’s a safest way to go.

Wow. This is very unique. Look at that. Yeah, I love it.

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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