Instead of going with a typical wooden wheelchair ramp this family used concrete to build the ramp and then tiled it to blend with the patio. May not be ADA, but it looks great and does what it needs to do.
Rebuilding Together St. Louis and Washington University Medical Center recently collaborated for another home improvement in Forest Park Southeast. This time the project included a new wheelchair ramp for improved entry and exit of the household. The addition looks great and will vastly help the day-to-day mobility of the resident.
We had a wooden ramp added to our outdoor deck to allow wheelchair access
Make-A-Wish set up an amazing backyard play area. It includes an adapted swing, shade from the hot sun, soft ground coverings, music instruments and so much more.
We added a wooden ramp for our child to have access in his wheelchair to the RV