We Promote Universal Accessibility!
It's FINALLY Here!
Our goal is universal accessibility, our mission is to map the currently accessible features of public spaces so members of the disability community can confidently travel, work, and play in the world around us.
360-Access's focus is on collecting objective information about existing accessibility features and making it freely searchable using mobile and desktop devices. This will give people with disabilities a simple way to know before we go -- whether it be to a bank, gas station, office building, classroom, library, theater, restaurant, hotel, WHEREVER we want to go!
Why we DON'T Crowd Source
Because you get questions like:
- Is there a wheelchair-accessible entrance?
- Is there wheelchair-accessible seating?
- Is there wheelchair-accessible parking?
- Is there a wheelchair-accessible elevator?
Not all disabilities come with wheels!
Or reviews that say things like:
- "Overall, the University has pretty good accessibility."
- "Ultimately Pittsburgh Zoo is a flat place for people to enjoy the animals"
What does that even mean?
Changing the Conversation
Abator's 360-Access educates businesses, institutions and organizations. Our focus is on collecting objective information about existing accessibility features and making it freely searchable using mobile and desktop devices. This will give people with disabilities a simple way to know before we go.
Our mission is to help EVERYONE understand what true accessibility means and expand our accessible world one doorway at a time. What does this mean? Working with sponsors and partners, we will build a verified international map of accessible public spaces so we all can easily find accessible goods and services.
Mutual Self Interest
Our money is green. The disability population is 18% of the US consumer market. We are people who spend about $490 billion annually. Sharing accurate information about your business's environment empowers our users and eases the way for people with disabilities to find and engage with you!