Sites like Yelp give us options when it comes to the restaurants we visit or the doctors we see, but that choice hasn’t been equally shared.
Founded by two women in Melbourne, Australia, Clickability is an online directory that allows local disability care and support options to be listed, rated and reviewed.
Dubbed a “TripAdvisor for disability support services,” the concept may sound simple enough, but Jenna Moffat and Beecher Kelk’s plan is ambitious: The pair hope to make customers out of those with disabilities — empowering them to pick and choose what works for them, rather than simply having to accept what’s on offer.
Clickability puts information on disability services in one searchable place. After a pilot program in the Geelong region in 2014, it expanded to cover the rest of Victoria, and in March, it launched in New South Wales.
Importantly, the startup’s mission aligns with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), a significant social welfare project for people living with disabilities currently being rolled out by the Australian government.