Tuesday, October 8, 2013

AbleRoad: An app and website that connects people with accessible places

6 comments:

william Peace said...

I downloaded this app. it is useless. I could not find a single comment that included anything about wheelchair access. Good idea terrible execution.

Ruth said...

Thanks for your feedback, Bill. Too bad - it is a great idea.

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John Fioriti said...

Bill, looks like you may have misunderstood the ableroad app./website. Its new so it will take a little time for people like you to post reviews, leave comments and advice on accessible locations and inaccessible places that need improvement. The app does not come pre-loaded with paid for reviews as some sites have done, the reviews are by people with disabilities, friends, family members, caregivers with first hand experience at the locations. I hope you will contribute to www.ableroad.com, tell others about it and use the website to search for reviews in your area.

Thanks, John F.

mattheww said...

Thanks John for that comment. We have many reviews in many cities, many states, many countries, but this requires your help to continue to fill the gaps. Make a difference for someone else. We at Ableroad are all fully committed to the journey but we can not accomplish this alone. When you are waiting for your Pizza to reach the table, tell us about the 2 steps up to the bathroom or the fully accessible wheelchair door to enter the restaurant. The time waiting will go quickly and you will have filled one of these gaps and empowered someone else. Every review makes a difference and is greatly appreciated.