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  • Anyone can evaluate

  • Evaluate places worldwide

  • It's free and collaborative

  • The evaluation takes less than 30 seconds

  • You'll help thousands of people

  • Available on iOS and Android


Evaluations around the world

in the Wheelguide app

more than 2000 cities

more than 115 countries

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It is a guide in which you can search, evaluate and share information related to accessible places. You can also plan trips, book hotels and get connected to the breaking news related to accessibility and inclusion.

All over the world.

Yes. In addition to evaluating a place in the app, you can also register your evaluation in the Wheelguide Portal: wheel.guide

Everyone can evaluate and practice a new accessible way to look at things and places in search of accessibility, regardless of technical knowledge.
As new evaluations are made, the older ones lose their relevance.

Not yet. As Wheelguide has global operations and so far there is no format for large-scale communication we have not been able to alert the establishments.

Yes. The evaluation considers the user’s perspective. Users may have different perceptions. Therefore, the average of the most recent evaluations prevails.

The app always opens showing the places nearby. The search can be done through the categories menu or in the written search field.

  • If there is valet service
  • If there is reserved parking space signaled by signs or paint markings on the floor
  • If there is a transfer area next to the reserved parking space
  • If there is any difficulty in using the parking space (for example: the floor is tilted)
  • Is there a curb cut?
  • Are there any steps or stairs?
  • Is there a ramp? How is the slope?
  • Is there a lift platform or elevator?
  • Are there steps or stairs between the rooms?
  • Are the doors at least 3.3 feet wide?
  • Is there enough space between the tables or corridors for wheelchair circulation?
  • Does the place get too crowded?
  • Are the tables high, meant to be used standing up?
  • Is it possible to position the wheelchair at the table?
  • Do the table feet hinder the positioning of the wheelchair?

People with disabilities or mobility restriction, their friends and family.

  • Is the path to the room barrier-free?
  • Is the width of the bedroom door at least 2.6ft?
  • Can a person in a wheelchair use the bathroom of the accessible room?
  • Does the bathroom have bars and maneuvering space?
  • Is the adapted toilet cabin open for users?
  • Is there any step to enter the restroom?
  • Is there any barrier that hinders the entry into the adapted toilet cabin?
  • If there are adapted cabins with bars and wheelchair maneuvering space.

Because people with physical disabilities or mobility restriction need to make use of an elevator or lift platform to transit in buildings with more than one pavement.

You should write relevant information that will help supplement the evaluation. For example:

  • “Little circulation space”
  • “Very sloping access ramp”
  • “Entrance with staircase without lift platform”
  • “I had problems with the accessibility but the waiters were very kind and helped me”

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