So how do I use DisabledGo.com?
We have put together a list of some top tips to find accessible places to visit using DisabledGo.com
DisabledGo provides free online access information for a huge range of places to go in the UK, such as hotels, restaurants, museums, tourist attractions and much more!
1) What type of place to look for?
First of all, decide which type of place you want to visit on DisabledGo.
2) Head over to DisabledGo.com
In google search for DisabledGo or go to http://www.disabledgo.com and you’ll get to the home page with the main search box.
3) How to search?
Using the first DisabledGo search box, enter the type of place you want to go e.g. hotel, restaurant
In the second box, enter the postcode or area you want to visit e.g. London, Sheffield.
In the third box, enter the radius of search.
Our example is looking for Restaurants within 10 miles of London that have DisabledGo accessibility guides.
If you cannot find what you are looking for, it may be that we don’t work in that area yet. If you send us an email, we might be able to get the venues for you by contacting the local authority. Send your email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
4) Filter your results
If you wish, you can filter results to match your access requirements. You can do this by selecting the appropriate symbols.
For example, we have filtered to show restaurants in London that have level access into the building, a fully accessible toilet and their own parking area that has good access into the building. To understand what all our symbols mean you can find them here… (opens in new tab)
5) Have a look through the access guides
When you find an access guide that looks suitable, click on the “view detailed access guide” button to find out more in-depth information.
6)Have a look through the detailed part of the access guide to find the information that’s relevant for you.
Access guides have tonnes of information in them. To make it easier for you, each section has a specific title, for example, car parking, lifts, accessible toilets.
If you want to know something in particular, like more information about the accessible toilet, scroll down to that section, click to open it up and all the detailed information will be there.
7) Finish reading the access guide and enjoy!
Once you have out all the information you need to know, now there’s no surprises, make sure you have a great time. 🙂
Now you’re all ready to go! Click here to start searching for accessible places to go on DisabledGo.com (opens in new tab)
We hope these tips will help you find the much needed accessible information!
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