We previously highlighted Ljubljana by Wheelchair, an app that takes a look at the city through the eyes of those with disabilities, and notes places that are more accessible and have facilities for use by the less mobile.
But what about elsewhere in Slovenia? For that the same team have produced a website, pridem.si, with pridem meaning “I’ll be there”. This runs in both Slovenian and English, and is searchable by town and category, with the latter including driving schools, gas stations, Eurokey bathrooms, restaurants, pubs, sports facilities, entertainment, tourist attractions, healthcare, shops, services, culture and more, all assessed using the following criteria.
There’s a Facebook group, and you can also help develop the site itself, adding new locations along with details of the facilities on offer. So if you know of a place that’s working to serve all members of the community, and deserves more attention, then do add it to pridem.si.