DisabledGo

DisabledGo provides detailed online access guides to a huge range of places that you will want to visit.

Cinemas, Shops, Hotels, Hospitals, Colleges, Sports grounds, Restaurants, Council offices, Parks, Universities, Historic land marks, Tourist attractions...

The list is almost endless.

Our local authority, college, university, NHS and private sector partners advise us of their priority places to survey and subsequently feature on our website. Typically these will be the most popular locations which attract high volumes of visitors. These are then supplemented by local disabled people giving us their suggestions through our consultation events.

What we do

Our aim is to give you information so that you can make up your own mind whether a venue is right for you - we don’t attempt to judge a venue’s accessibility on your behalf. You will therefore find some venues on our website which are better suited to your individual needs than others, depending on your personal circumstances. After all, it can be just as important to know that somewhere is not adequately accessible as to know that it is. No one likes a wasted journey.

How we do it

In providing our unique service we send one of our specially trained surveyors to visit every single venue featured on our website. Our surveyors use the same high standards to assess each venue so you can be confident in the consistency of the information we publish.

More importantly all of questions that our surveyors ask and the data that they collect has been determined by consulting with disabled people covering an extensive range of pan-disability impairments. Such is our commitment to ensuring that we deliver the right information to allow you to make an informed choice, we welcome comments and suggestions on how we might improve our service on an on-going basis. If you'd like to join one of our consultation sessions or simply suggest how me might improve please contact us on enquiries@disabledgo.com. We would be delighted to meet you and grateful for your involvement and contribution.

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