AccessAble Uni of Manchester gives you the UK’s most trusted detailed access information for all campuses in The University of Manchester.
The information in each guide is based on individual surveys carried out by a highly trained surveyor. It produces factual and objective guides to each venue enabling you to make a choice about where to go on campus and how to get there.
Want to independently find your way around the University campus but don’t know how to do it?
Provided by DisabledGo in partnership with The University of Manchester, you now are never far from finding the best route across campus.
AccessAble Uni of Manchester gives you information on buildings like; halls of residence, cafes, bars, lecture halls, toilets and pretty much everything on campus!
Instant detailed access information to places to visit across the University campus at the touch of a button. Each detailed access guide has information about, directions, ramps, lifts, accessible toilets and much more!
Find A Loo
Never worry about finding an accessible toilet on campus again with “Find A Loo”. The app will give you distance and directions to the closest accessible toilet and a detailed description and photo’s of the toilets facilities.
The world’s first integration between mobile access information and maps, you can now locate and get directions directly to your chosen accessible place on campus.
AccessAble has a built in emergency locator that can send an SMS or email to your chosen contact along with your current GPS location. Making sure you are always safe.
Using DisabledGo’s unique access symbols you can now personalise your AccessAble app to show access information relevant to you.
We’ve tried our best to make the AccessAble app as accessible as possible. High colour contrasts, big buttons, dynamic text and VoiceOver compatibility makes our access information available to those visually impaired.
University of Manchester
The University of Manchester is Britain’s largest single-site University with a proud history of achievement. Our mission is to make the University one of the leading universities in the world by 2015 and with some of the highest quality teaching and research and the broadest spread of academic subjects we are well on our way to achieving this ambitious vision.
Equality and diversity is a key part of our ambition, with a strategy that enables us to plan, deliver and evaluate our actions with regards to meeting the needs of and promoting equality of opportunity for disabled people.
The University’s Disability Support Office (DSO) supports disabled students and staff to enable them to undertake their studies/job role and enjoy a satisfying experience whilst at the University of Manchester.
The University is proud of the achievements it has made to advance equality, eliminate discrimination and promote an inclusive working and learning environment.
DisabledGo was founded in 2000 by wheelchair user Gregory Burke and is a not for profit disability organisation.
DisabledGo provides online access information to towns and cities across the UK and Ireland free of charge at www.disabledgo.com.
The website features over 120,000 places including shops, tourist attractions, universities, hotels, health centres, colleges, restaurants, leisure centres and more!
All of the venues featured on this App and on www.disabledgo.com have been visited and assessed in person by a trained DisabledGo surveyor. The information is updated each year, with any changes being revisited and reassessed.
This App features many buildings across the university and will be added to and updated each year.
The AccessAble app is provided exclusively by DisabledGo in partnership with it’s clients. Each AccessAble app is bespoke to the area, campus or facilities that have access guides surveyed by DisabledGo professionals.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.