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How to build RAMPS for home accessibility

This is an index to a 66 page document on how to build ramps for home accessibility. This approach builds on the strengths of the community, involves volunteers, ensures quality and safety, and can be adapted to an individual's situation. One of the most notable characteristics of the design is the modular system which allows the ramp to be reused time and again. The ramp design presented in this manual is an effective, low-cost solution to meet the access needs of persons with disabilities.

Metropolitan Center for Independent Living

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