Disability Action Center helps people stay in their homes with QRamps
MOSCOW, ID —
The Disability Action Center Northwest had a demonstration of QRamps Thursday by salesman Bruce Gibson.
Members of Palouse Habitat for Humanity, Lions Club and other groups were present to learn how to build and design the ramps. The ramps drain for snow and rain and even glow in the dark.
The project was funded by Moscow Giving Circle, Stepping Stones and Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation those grants have since run out which is why Mark Leeper Executive Director has found a new alternative.
“We decided to get a number with Medicaid so we can actually be a durable or home modification provider to clarify so we could actually bid on ramps and make these ramps available as an option,” said Leeper.
The ramps are available for those with Medicaid who fill out a home modification form.