Grass or gravel parking can use temporary access mats or other types of stable covering that are ½“ thick or less.
No curb access? Search for a curb ramp.
Heavy doors or a ramp without a landing? Consider using a bell call system or temporary doorbell marked with an accessible sign.
Threshold at door is over ½“ high? Search for a threshold plate or threshold mat.
Door knobs that require twisting of the wrist or pinching? Search for door knob extenders or door knob grippers with levers to modify the entrance.
Uncertain of ramp slope measurements? Consider purchasing a digital level.
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WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities has a program that loans assistive technologies and devices: West Virginia Assistive Technology System (WVATS). They have portable ramps to loan for FREE; pick up and drop off are required. For more information contact the West Virginia Assistive Technology System (WVATS) at:
West Virginia Assistive Technology System
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