New ramp unlocks door to independence for North Riverside woman
Rebeca Salazar no longer is cooped up in her North Riverside home. Thanks to volunteers who installed a wooden ramp last weekend, Salazar, 83, has regained some of her independence and can once again visit ...
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Berwyn from 1970 - 2000
#1 Jun 11, 2008
Exerpt from article :. Building a ramp without the donations or volunteer labor would have cost about $9,000.
This is why many disabled adults and seniors are confined to their homes and need assistance so often from friends and relatives.
God bless Mrs. Salazar and those volunteers who helped her .
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