When Kenneth Bryan first contacted Access to Independence he was having difficulty getting out of his home. He uses a wheelchair and the old wooden ramp from his front door to the sidewalk was rickety and rather dangerous.
It became a scary experience just getting off of his front porch. Access to Independence Service Coordinator Tom Riis secured some Assistive Technology grant funding, Kenneth added money that he received from a friend, and a new sturdy aluminum ramp with handrails was built and installed by contractor Harmony Home Medical.
“This ramp has made all the difference in the world and helped me live independently and to get out into my community.”