October 9, 2014 // Franchising.com // San Jose, CA - A 29 Foot Long Amramp Wheelchair Ramp will be used to insure accessibility to the performance stage at the 7th Annual Disability Awareness Day October 12 at 7 PM . The event will take place at the San Jose City Hall Rotunda and Plaza 200 East Santa Clara Street, San Jose. This annual event is sponsored by The City of San Jose & Pete Constant, City Councilman, The Valley Medical Center Foundation, The Department of Rehabilitation, Services for Brain Injury, the Santa Clara County Office of Education, Melvin E. Irvine, Disability Representative, Inc., Miceli Financial Partners, San Andreas Regional Center, Silicon Valley Paralympic Sport Club, and Wilfong Music Therapy.
This year's celebration and promotion of those with differing abilities includes a Resource Fair providing educational and business opportunities, various food trucks, exciting games, live music, and art displays and demonstrations, all with the goal of enlightening and uniting a diverse community. The event strives for inclusiveness and welcomes the general public and those of all ability levels. This year's theme is:
"Express Yourself! Self Awareness, Self Care, Self Empowerment!"
The mission of the Disability Awareness Day event is to build an integrated community by empowering people with differing abilities to overcome barriers through access to resources, education and employment opportunities and increasing the appreciation of people with differing abilities by showcasing their talent and gifts.
Patrick McKee and Eric Jacobsmeyer will install the wheelchair ramp Friday morning and pick it up after attending the event that afternoon.
Amramp installs accessibility ramps and showers throughout the California area at businesses, residences, schools and institutions.
Amramp is the leading company in the United States specializing in modular steel wheelchair ramps, offering sturdy, customizable ramps for disability access that enable the aging and disabled population to remain in their homes with independence and mobility. Ramps can be installed temporarily for short or long term needs without damaging the housing structure as they are not a permanent modification to the home. Amramp products comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and are available for sale or rental with no minimum time frame and no ramp size restrictions.
Amramp also installs Vertical Platform Lifts which are used where the length of a ramp might be impractical. Portable wheelchair showers are used when a client cannot utilize the shower or tub facility and does not want to remodel the bathroom.
Amramp has been providing accessibility ramps, vertical platform lifts, stair chairs and wheelchair showers in Southern and Northern California since May, 2007 and has nine employees. Warehouse facilities and offices are located in Gardena and Santa Cruz, CA. See www.amramp.com/laoc and www.amramp.com/NorCal.
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Amramp installs accessibility ramps throughout the California at businesses, residences, schools and institutions.