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Find, rate, and help create more accessible places

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Join us in creating more friendly places by sharing your experience.  With each review, you help others find and support businesses that make fit and accessibility a priority.

Like Me

Build a "like me" profile identifying the specific accommodations you need, making it easier to find businesses that are suitable for you.  Know in advance about places that can't accommodate you...yet! 

How Friendly Works

Everything begins with a search. Find the place you're looking for and select it to view accommodations or to leave a review.  You can even search generally with phrases like, "restaurants near me."
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Set your location to find nearby places, quickly and easily.
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Build a profile to discover places with the specific amenities you need.
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Let business owners know how accessible you found their place.


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Friendly reviews ask people to measure the presence of important amenities with “yes or no.” This means you can find places specifically rated for the amenities you need, as well as those that are not suitable for you.

A screenshot of a ratings screen in the Friendly Like Me app.  This image shows the ability to rate the presence or absence of individual accommodations by "yes" "no" or "not sure".  The accommodations shown in this capture are "accessible bathroom", marked yes.  "staff is accommodating" marked no.  Booths have movable tables, marked, "not sure" and "quiet enough for conversation", left blank.


Build a profile to personalize your search based on what you care about and find places with the amenities you need to be comfortable.

A screenshot of a business listing in the Friendly Like Me app.  This listing is for Molly Moons Ice Cream in Seattle, which has a "friendliness" score of 87%, a "Like Me" score of 90% and community scores for mobility 83% and weight 86%.  Buttons for "claim this business," and "edit review," are shown at the bottom of the listing.

Know Before You Go

Ratings of a business’ accommodations are created by people with a viewpoint like yours who understand what it takes to measure accessibility, comfort, and fit.


When accessible places are easier to find, more people can take part. Friendly Like Me believes that when people with unique needs are empowered with accessibility information they will participate more - enabling each person to live their best, happiest, and healthiest life - today and every day.

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Friendly Like Me leverages the power of community to drive change so that people with specific access needs can enjoy life with ease.

Join the Movement!

Help us create more “friendly” places by sharing your experience.  Add your voice to our community conversations, and support businesses that make fit and accessibility a priority.  

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