New site touted as Yelp for disabled people
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While it’s easy to get customer reviews for cafes, restaurants and plumbers, it’s not so easy to find reviews of services that help those with disabilities. And so arrives Clickability. Originally founded in 2014 by Aviva Beecher Kelk and Jenna Moffat, two Australian women with backgrounds in social, disability and mental health care, the idea was to give users with disabilities much better access to care and services and a wider, more informed choice based on user reviews. So an online directory, like Yelp, but for people who are disabled. Anyone offering services can add themselves onto the directory free…
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