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About the Home Access Program

The Home Access Program is an initiative started by Handi-Ramp, a company that has been manufacturing handicap accessible ramps since 1958. Helping individuals and families find realtors who can assist in the search for a handicap accessible home or consultants who can modify a current home is the premise of the program. By compiling a searchable database of realtors and consultants across the country who are willing and able to aid in this search, the Home Access Program along with Handi-Ramp, have provided a one-stop shop for all your accessibility needs. Handi-Ramp also provides ADA experts free of charge who can assist in making a home accessible. So whether you're in the market for an accessible home or interested in modifying your current home, the Home Access Program is the resource for you. Why not contact one of our realtors, consultants, or ADA accessibility experts who can assist you in your quest for independent living today?

Knowledge of Wheelchair Ramps Is Only A Click Away

Are you thinking about having a wheelchair ramp installed at your home but need some basic information to help you decide what you need? Simply visit Ramps.org to learn all about the basic features of ramps. You can even get advice on purchasing or building a ramp!
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Baird and Warner teams with Handi-Ramp to provide accessible housing. (.pdf file)

Handi-Ramp Established firm partnership with Baird and Warner Real Estate. (.pdf file)



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