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I am a senior with medi medi. It is becoming more difficult to get up the steep steps of my mobile

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If you have a church nearby call them about service projects. Call the biggest church of every denomination in your city. During the summers the youth at many churches stay busy helping with building projects and repairing homes. Boys Scouts is another group that does service projects. I doubt you will have a problem getting the ramp built once you contact some local organizations in your area. Good luck!
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Also, ask your able bodied relatives if they could do you a good deed. There are guidelines on the internet as far as the proper way to build a ramp as far as rise/distance and such.

At first I didn't know what medi medi is. I thought it was an illness, but an internet search tells me that it is a short way to say Medicare and Medicaid.
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There are church groups and service organizations that occasionally do service projects that include building ramps for the needy/elderly. Ask anyone you know who has a ramp who built it.
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Chances are you would need to pay for the ramp. But first check with your local council on aging to see, if by chance, there might be some help for you. If you live in the States, go to the website link below... click on your State.... then click on your city/county.

https://www.agingcare.com/local/Area-Agency-on-Aging
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