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customers through a commitment to excellence in
customer service and distribution support."
WHY CHOOSE PORTABLE WHEELCHAIR RAMPS?
Portable wheelchair ramps are a durable yet
inexpensive alternative when a permanent ramp is not
feasible or available. Most are designed for quick
and easy use with scooters and all wheelchairs. EZ-ACCESS
is the leading manufacturer of portable wheelchair
Use these icons to easily identify common usage
applications as you browse our product pages below:
We appreciate that COST is a key factor for
everyone, whether you are a millionaire or are
primarily living off Social Security. Our advice is
Free. We will always, always try to get you the best
Price. This much is certain: No one will KNOW more
about Mobility Ramps, or CARE more about getting you
the right model, or will try to get you a better
What is the PRIMARY use for this ramp:
Will the ramp be moved often or left down in one
Is the ramp going to be used with a scooter or with
a wheelchair? _____________________________________
How much ground clearance do you have? (Measure
distance from the battery pack or foot rests to the
What is the weight of the chair with and without the
FOR USE WITH STAIRS:
If you are planning on using the ramp for stairs,
are they uniform steps (1) or staggered (2)? (See
What is the height _____________ and depth of each
Are there any landings (similar to picture 2)? What
is the depth? ____________________________________
How much room do you have after the last (bottom)
step? (ie; length of walkway)
FOR VAN/AUTO USE:
For van use, will you be loading through the side or
back of the vehicle? ______________________________
What is the distance from the floor of the van/trunk
of the car to the ground?___________________________
Will the occupant be riding the wheelchair into the
What is the width of the door opening?
How much room do you have to store the ramp in the
Mobility Ramp Specialists: We'll Get You the Right
Q: I need to have a wheelchair ramp installed from
my front door to the driveway. This would be my only
way of getting in and out of the home unaided. Does
Medicare have any benefits that will cover a portion
of the cost?
A: Although wheelchairs are covered by Medicare Part
B, at this time Medicare does not cover the cost of
installing a wheelchair ramp to your home. For more
information, contact a Medicare representative
directly. To help you get started here is a list of Medicare
Coverage of Durable Medical Equipment and Devices.
(Note: To read this booklet online you must have
Adobe Reader installed.)
To learn more about the types of durable medical
equipment that Medicare covers, see this booklet
from Medicare, called
To get help installing a wheelchair ramp, here are
options for you to consider:
Many communities across the U.S. have assistance
programs to help seniors with disabilities modify
their homes so they can stay in their homes
longer. These modifications include wheelchair
To find senior assistance programs in your state,
search this senior
assistance program list.
Check with your city to find local programs. I did
a Google search in the area where I live and found
several community service agencies that provide
free or low-cost construction assistance to modify
seniors' homes with wheelchair ramps, grab bars in
bathrooms, and other home modifications.
To find local organizations, type this into your
Web browser: senior
assistance (your city).
You may find government agencies and local
non-profit organizations that can help you modify
your home with a wheelchair ramp.
If you have a
Habitat for Humanity office in your area, they may
be able to direct you to local organizations that
can help you modify your home with a wheelchair
ramp or other improvements .
To help you plan and build the right wheelchair
ramp for your needs, check out a helpful article
For a wheelchair ramp construction manual, see The
Home Wheelchair Ramp Project from Wheelchairramp.org.
This site also provides links to photos of
wheelchair ramps under construction.
You've probably heard the expression, "Where there's
a will, there's a way." If you want a wheelchair
ramp to help you stay in your home, there are people
and organizations that can help you make it happen.