Is boosting your clients' health, wellbeing and quality of life a core part of what you do?
Then you’d know better than most, helping those with reduced mobility can involve spending hours researching, purchasing and installing ramps… All to ensure you get the right style, fit and size for your client.
But if you’re overwhelmed by all the options out there, short on time or resources, or simply want to make the process of moving your clients from A to B as simple as possible — we can help.
We are Ramp Champ, Australia’s largest range of ramps. Since 2016, we’ve worked closely with Occupational Therapists around Australia to help them find mobility ramps (and keep their clients happy). Plus, we’ve worked hard to make it as easy as possible to get the ramp you need.
In this article, we’re going to break down…
- Our most popular ramps for Occupational Therapists
- The simple process of ordering ramps with us
- How Ramp Champ can make your job easier
Recommended Ramps For Occupational Therapists
For many able-bodied people, it's hard to imagine what it's like to worry about getting in and out of restaurants, public transport and bathrooms — things we often take for granted.
Wheelchair ramps look different depending on the situation you need them for, whether that’s a portable ramp, threshold ramp or vehicle ramp (we’ll outline our recommended options below).
If you need help choosing the best wheelchair ramp, check out our wheelchair ramp buyers guide.
Rubber Threshold Ramps
Rubber threshold ramps are a great way to boost independence around the home, allowing easy access over doorways, steps and bumps. They’re suitable for wheelchairs, scooters, rollators and even foot traffic.
Here are our most popular rubber threshold ramps for Occupational Therapists…
Perfect for door thresholds and available in a range of sizes, this ramp is suitable for both indoor and outdoor conditions. It comes with a grooved rubber surface, moulded drain channels and winged edges for access at any angle. Better yet, no installation is necessary, making it an easy solution for your client.
Manufactured in Australia from 100% recycled tyres, this threshold ramp is made to order with a wide range of heights and widths, plus a choice between winged or straight edges. They’re slip-resistant and can be used virtually anywhere.
If you’ve found a threshold ramp you’re interested in, make sure it’s the right fit for your client by correctly measuring the height, width and length.
Van and Vehicle Ramps
For clients that regularly travel, van and vehicle ramps are a great way to create a smooth process.
Our most popular van and vehicle ramps include telescopic ramps, folding ramps and permanent ramps…
Telescopic Ramps come in two separate parts, making them incredibly lightweight and convenient so you can easily store them when they’re not in use. This ramp is perfect for scooters, tri-walkers and rollators with side rails for added safety. They’re also incredibly versatile — you can use them on vans, vehicles and steps. Lastly, with our Heeve Telescopic Ramp, it’s important you use it with caution and ensure both the front and rear wheels fit on the ramp at the same time.
This is a popular ramp for vans, mini trucks and SUVs. It’s lightweight and portable, and the folding option gives it more length than a non-folding alternative (which is ideal to create a safe gradient). It comes with side rails for added safety and can be used in a variety of situations.
If you’re looking for something a little more permanent for your client — without the need for maneuverability — installing a permanent van or vehicle ramp could save you time and physical labour. Designed to be mounted on the floor of a van, this ramp has a 270kg carrying capacity.
Rubber Kerb Ramp
A rubber kerb ramp provides a smooth transition from the road to a driveway. It’s commonly recommended to prevent low cars from bottoming out, but it can also be a great option if your client with reduced mobility regularly travels up and down a driveway.
Our most popular rubber kerb ramps for Occupational Therapists…
Suitable for rolled edges, our Recycled Rubber Kerb Ramp is 1m in length and made from reclaimed truck tyres. The smaller length makes them suitable for curved driveways or cul-de-sac streets.
A popular option for rolled edges, our Solid Rubber Kerb Ramp is 1.2m in length and features an inbuilt water channel, permanent fixing holes and reflective strips for nighttime.
If you’re not sure which rubber kerb ramp is suitable for your client, check out our guide to kerb ramps and driveway types.
At Ramp Champ, We’ve Been Providing High-Quality Ramps For Occupational Therapists Since 2016
While many suppliers will have a broad range of mobility products, we focus solely on ramps. This means we do one thing and do it really well.
Here’s how you’ll notice the Ramp Champ difference.
Our expert team know ramps, inside and out. It’s as simple as letting us know your situation and measurements, and we’ll match you with the perfect product.
We work hard to get your ramp order shipped within 24 hours. Plus, we partner with Australia’s best couriers such as AusPost, FedEx, StarTrack and Amarax — so your ramp is in for a smooth ride.
Few people realise the importance of getting the right ramp fit. Not only does it make it a smooth process, but it also makes it a safe process. Having the largest range of ramps — with some custom options also available — means you’re always getting the right fit.
You shouldn’t have to call on the experts to put your client’s ramp in place. We have a range of lightweight, easy to install options to make your job easier.
We have thousands of high-quality ramps, in one place. We’re not a jack-of-all-trades (and nor do we want to be). This means you can find a product that’s perfectly suited to your client’s needs.
How To Get The Right Ramp At Ramp Champ
With Australia’s largest range of ramps, it’s best to start by browsing our website and filtering different options based on your client's situation, needs and preferences.
Once you’ve found a ramp you’re interested in, record the measurements for your client (whether that’s a doorway, vehicle height or set of stairs). Check out our articles on How To Measure For A Threshold Ramp and How Long Should A Wheelchair Ramp Be For Steps.
Once you’ve recorded your measurements, you can use our Ramp Calculator. Simply enter the ramp length and load height, and it’ll tell you the slope angle with a visual diagram.We’ve been helping Occupational Therapists find the right ramp since 2016. So if you have any questions, our friendly team is here to help you find the right ramp. Give us a buzz on 1300 913 047 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org >