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Accessibility Information Scheme ‘Toegankelijk Vlaanderen’, Belgium

11/09/2007 | 0 comments

Logo of Toegankelijk Vlaanderen

The database, 'Toegankelijk Vlaanderen' (Accessible Flanders) contains information regarding the accessibility of buildings, premises and tourist facilities such as town and city halls, schools, hotels, museums, socio-cultural centres, sports centres, cycle paths, footpaths and other tourist facilities in the region of Flanders, Belgium.

The information within the database is achieved by on-site measurements conducted by specially trained personnel of the different accessibility bureaus in Flanders.

Information is available in the following languages: Dutch, French, German and English.

By means of the ‘search’ function, one can quickly retrieve information related to the user's own limitations and needs; one can consult the specific facilities for motor disabled, visually disabled, hearing impaired or people suffering from respiratory troubles and allergies.

The database adresses both providers and users and provides information on all specific target groups of persons with disabilities.

The database provides more than just a global judgement about accessibility but mentions, for example, the actual dimensions for the different parts of a building or venue (entrance, the lift, the toilets, …). Therefore the user can decide whether it is accessible for him/her or not.

Providers can have their ‘accommodation’ checked and published within the database.

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General Information

Submitted by: Ivor Ambrose
Author(s): Steven Vos
Language(s): DE | EN | FR | NL
Start Year: 2006
Countries: Belgium


Publisher: Toegankelijkheidsbureau

Target Group(s)

Consumers / travellers / tourists | Older people / Seniors | People with disabilities | People with hearing impairments | People with learning difficulties | People with long-term health problems | People with mobility impairments | People with visual impairments | Tourist venue owners / managers


Accessibility information, access guides | Catering, restaurants, cafés | Hospitality | Hotel management, hotel business | Walking and hiking