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Disability. What does this word really mean? How much do you really know about disability? There is so much more to disability than just a medical diagnosis and personal physical limitations.   A lack of access is what is truly disabling to people with disabilities. Access is the key to an equal opportunity. Eliminating physical… Continue Reading More About Our Training

A Preview: Gearing Up for the Accessibility Awareness Event

As the day of the Accessibility Awareness Event approaches, we at AbiliTrek are getting more and more excited! Details Come join us on September 29, 2018, from 1:00pm-4:00pm, at the Fairhaven Green in Bellingham, Washington. If you are not able to attend this event in person, AbiliTrek will also be streaming live, so support us on… Continue Reading A Preview: Gearing Up for the Accessibility Awareness Event

Why So Many Questions?

Consumers have asked us why we ask so many questions on our platform.   Our Response: In developing our platform, we took into account that disability is not “one size fits all”; disability is so diverse. Blindness, deafness, as well as mobility needs are all on a spectrum; even two people with the same diagnosis… Continue Reading Why So Many Questions?

AbiliTrek Welcomes Two Website Development Interns: Meet Collin

AbiliTrek welcomes two Website Development Interns, Collin Guyor and Andrew Luna! Introducing Collin Collin, a recent graduate of the University of Washington Bothell, majored in Business Administration with a double focus in Technology & Innovation Management and Management of Information Systems. Collin was born, raised and still resides in Bothell, Washington. Over the past four… Continue Reading AbiliTrek Welcomes Two Website Development Interns: Meet Collin

AbiliTrek Welcomes Operations Intern

AbiliTrek welcomes Rianne Ellingwood, our Operations Intern! Introducing Rianne Rianne, who is from Spokane, Washington, is currently a student at Western Washington University (WWU). She is studying Operations Management and is also minoring in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Rianne came to AbiliTrek through her connections at WWU; Tripp, our Project Development Intern, introduced Rianne to us and she came… Continue Reading AbiliTrek Welcomes Operations Intern

AbiliTrek’s new accessibility platform – beta now available

BELLINGHAM, WA. — When Daman Wandke called a hotel to confirm that it could accommodate him, the experience became a struggle due to a lack of understanding his access needs which may have been enhanced by his speech impairment. However, the incident led him to recognize the need for a platform to communicate which places… Continue Reading AbiliTrek’s new accessibility platform – beta now available

Introducing the New AbiliTrek: Accessibility Reviews for Any Location

After much planning, code writing, and discussions about our methodology and how our search and review platform should work, we are excited to announce that on June 3, the NEW AbiliTrek is going live and will be available to YOU! This online hospitality tool is for persons with disabilities to better navigate their hometown as… Continue Reading Introducing the New AbiliTrek: Accessibility Reviews for Any Location