Imagine a little girl or boy sitting at home on a beautiful fall day, watching through the window as the neighborhood fun of playing in leaves or trick-or-treating unfolds, but unable to join in because the steps to his home are a barrier to leaving it.

That scenario is a reality for many children who have disabilities and use wheelchairs in Metropolitan Detroit.  We hope to change that with the QuickRamps for Kids® program.

QuickRamps are portable ramp solutions. Unlike costly built-to-order ramps they are inexpensive and immediately functional. A family receiving a QuickRamp is able to open the box, put the ramp in place, and have an accessible home immediately.

Even better, because the ramps are portable, they can be used to make anyplace accessible. Going to Grandma’s house? Fold up the QuickRamp and take it along! Invited to a friend’s home for a birthday party? No worries—the QuickRamp will get your child in the door.

Worries about access to any home, building, or even a vehicle melt away when you have a QuickRamp.

Please help support QuickRamps for Kids. The community need is significant and the funding we have received through the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, Community Foundation of Southeastern Michigan and CVS Caremark Program, while generous, is not expected to fund all the ramps that are needed in the community this year. Your donation will go directly to support QuickRamps for Kids.

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Contact Us


United Cerebral Palsy of Metro Detroit

23077 Greenfield Rd.

Suite 205

Southfield, MI 48075


(248) 557-5070

(800) 827-4843

(248) 557-0224  (Fax)

The WIPA project is funded through  a cooperative agreement with the Social Security Administration and we developed this website at U.S. tax payer expense.

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