AbiliTrek Consulting

At AbiliTrek, our accessibility consulting firm, we identify andremove barriers from the travel and service industries. We increase accessibility by including everyone; expanding their customer base will improve Universal accessibility which will in turn boost business’s revenue. Our team has experience in the following areas: physical building access issues, IT/Website/App accessibility, and inclusivity awareness training workshops.


Established in 2016, AbiliTrek improves accessibility within the travel and service industries so travelers can trek without boundaries and barriers. We believe accessibility is not “one size fits all.” By recognizing the barriers and hurdles people with disabilities and their companions face, the travel and service industries can make sure all their travelers enjoy the services and features of their business’s travel and vacation promotions.



  • Inclusive Marketing: AbiliTrek helps a business’s marketing strategies reach an often-overlooked growing customer demographic (commercials, written materials & signage).
  • Physical Accessibility: AbiliTrek helps the service and travel industries create a more inclusive, welcoming environment through proven elements of Universal Design.
  • Secret Shopper: AbiliTrek can visit a business’s location, report our findings/experiences to its management. Our evaluation process includes Inclusive Marketing (signage & written materials), Physical Location Accessibility and recommendations for change.
  • IT/Website/App Accessibility: AbiliTrek can make the service and travel industries’ apps and websites more IT Accessible for travelers with disabilities and their families.
  • Speaking and Training: AbiliTrek brings disability awareness to customer service and human resources through inclusive culture workshops. We offer options to our clients from main stage presentations to smaller workshops and more intimate speaking engagements.



  • Provides a unique lens: We have a unique consulting lens based on our life-long accessibility experiences as travelers and customers.
  • Believes accessibility is not “one size fits all”: Accessibility cannot be placed in a stereotypical box; just because one way of doing something is accessible to one person does not mean it is accessible to another.
  • Prioritizes functionality over high costs: AbiliTrek offers advice on low cost, high impact, optimal accessibility solutions that conform to the ADA’s most current regulations.
  • Conducts In-person visits: Based on our personal onsite assessment ofa business’s accessible status, we give advice on inclusive changes that make travelers’ treks more pleasurable.