Trip Ability helps everyone get access

Trip Ability helps everyone get access

Trip AbilityTrip Ability is great little website came across our stream a few weeks ago, it’s a crowd sourced review platform focused on sharing travel, entertainment and products suitable for those in the community with a disability around the world.

There are often access issues for people with disabilities and the idea of their website is to share personal experiences and leave reviews for others including photos.  The platforms simple idea was to provide a central source where all this information could be freely available for the community to use. The site offers an easy ability for anyone to leave a new review and the site offers to make a donation to a charity for every review you add which is a great idea bigger sites like TripAdvisor and should follow.

The current business, products and places that they are accepting reviews for are:

  • Accommodation
  • Dining
  • Entertainment
  • Shopping
  • Transport
  • Public Spaces
  • Products
  • Sports / Activities
  • Town/City

The site offers the ability select multiple disabilities that will find the review helpful

  • Hearing
  • Vision
  • Movement
  • Learning
  • Communicating
  • Mental Health
  • Social Interactions
  • Dwarfism
  • No Disability

It’s great to see a platform like this launching that ensures businesses that spend money making their venues & properties suitable for those with a disability will be rewarded with more visitors.  It’s also great to see websites making it easier for those with a disability to get out and live life to the fullest.

They also have an active social platform on Facebook and Twitter that you should consider following and engaging with.

Trip Ability

David Iwanow

First got my exposure to the web in 1994 and well been kinda addicted to it since then, and finally made the career decision to jump in the deep end in 2007 by starting my own digital marketing agency. From there I've consulted with some of the biggest brands and agencies in Australia, spent 3 years working as SEO Product Manager for & (ebay classifieds group) but now located in London working for Schibsted Media Group.