Social Innovation is a force for social change. Social entrepreneurs develop and adopt effective solutions in addressing social needs in various ways, including product, platform, process and policy innovation.


To give disabled people the freedom to go wherever they want and to raise public awareness towards the importance of a barrier-free society


Year Established: 2015

Beneficiaries: Mobility-Impaired people, with an emphasis on wheelchair users
The ultimate one-stop online accessibility service for wheelchair users


  • Society has a limited understanding of what barrier-free truly means, and the fact that mobility-impaired people are very limited in the choices of where they can go
  • Various obstacles make it so difficult for mobility-impaired people to travel, leading to both mental and health problems


  • A one-stop mobile app providing accessibility and outdoor route information, with the help of artificial intelligence and big data
  • In addition to browsing information and rating the accessibility of various facilities, users can share their personal experiences and help raise awareness for improving barrier-free facilities


10,000 mobility-impaired people and their friends and families, can receive comprehensive accessibility information and more choices available for going out, making their lives more colourful
5 service providers will provide support services to reduce barriers of persons with disability to go out
15+ partnering rehabilitation organisations are collaborating and forming a platform to promote  rehabilitation activities and courses, enabling mobility-impaired people to receive information and participate in the services, enhancing their opportunities for social integration
Mobility-impaired people have more opportunities for personal growth, and job-seeking
Building a barrier-free society and promoting a welcoming atmosphere of social integration


Barrier Free Travel Total Solution acts as an intermediary informational network, providing and promoting services to non-government organisations, commercial organisations, rehabilitation organisations, etc., and in turn, receiving commissions as their intermediary fee


Promoting accessibility information and rehabilitation courses

Aimed at wheelchair users, several rehabilitation organisations promote courses that encourage social integration through activities. By participating in exhibitions and marketing events, mobility-impaired people promote the concepts of a barrier-free society

Launching recognition scheme

The actual accessibility data is consolidated into a unified index, indicating the convenience of various facilities for the mobility-impaired