A very warm welcome to DisabledGo.com.
We hope that you find our services really useful and that you visit us often.
On our website you'll find detailed access information to thousands of venues across the UK and the Republic of Ireland: shops, pubs, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, railway stations, hotels, universities, hospitals and more. We also have a new online shop, featuring an extensive range of mobility and daily living aids, as well as a useful range of financial services.
Established over 13 years ago, our mission is to maximise independence and choice for disabled people in accessing their local area and the places we all want to visit.
We work on behalf of Local Authorities, top Universities, NHS Trusts and private sector organisations to publish detailed access information on well over 120,000 places of interest across the UK and the Republic of Ireland. We also have a number of prominent strategic partnerships, particularly in the travel and tourism sector, with organisations such as Visit England, Visit Scotland, Visit London (London & Partners / Greater London Authority), Tourism For All and Open Britain.
Developed by disabled
people for disabled people - DisabledGo is unique among national access information providers because only we:
- visit and survey every venue on our website in person
- use a survey method that over 800 groups of disabled people have fed into have a national network of steering groups that guide our work and support the continuous development of our service offer a standardised service – from Aberdeen to Portsmouth our trained surveyors use the same high standards and pan-disability survey template to ensure that all our guides are accurate, reliable and presented in a user-friendly format.
We go the extra mile because disabled people have told us:
A venue which self-reports its access can all too often miss, overlook or fail to appreciate the reality of the access they provide the majority of venues do not have the expertise or the time to go into the detail that many disabled people need to have to make an effective judgement about the suitability of access.
Finally because what’s accessible for one person is not necessarily accessible for another, our independence means “we say as we see it”, providing the facts so you can make an informed choice.
DisabledGo gives you more ‘independence and choice’