Who are we?
EnAccess Maps is all about Enabling Access to restaurants and cafes through the aggregation of reviews specifically tailored to rate the wheelchair accessibility features of a restaurant.
What motivates us
Encouraged by the critical need to alter the way our community welcomes those with physical limitations, EnAccess Maps provides users of mobility aids a platform to make their voices heard, share their experiences, and find new, accessible places to explore. Simultaneously, EnAccess Maps hopes to raise awareness about community expectations of fair access for all members of the community to all goods, services, entertainment and recreational opportunities.
Founded in 2021 by Sabrina Leung, a disability support worker, having first hand seen the frustration of the inaccessibility of the community. Since then, EnAccess Maps has been supported in our vision of creating a fairer and more inclusive society by Moral Fairground, Women's Enterprise and Community projects (WEC) Program and the Melbourne Accelerator Program (Velocity Program).
Our mission is for EnAccess Maps to become the go-to wheelchair access guide, where reviews and ratings are trusted, reliable and meaningful. We want to provide a platform for both the local community and the spirited traveller - looking to plan and find restaurants, accommodation and activities that can be tailored to ones specific accessibility requirements.
We hope that, by becoming a dependable, reputable and honest guide, we can help everyone access a more stress-free life full of new and respectful experiences. In the process, we aspire to empower users with mobility impairments by giving them a platform to express their concerns or delights, and help our community address problems and improve accessibility.