Access Israel is a non-profit organization established in 1999 with the goal of promoting accessibility and the integration of people with disabilities in Israeli society, in all spheres of life, with dignity, respect, equality, safety and maximal independence – core values of democracy. Over 1.6 million people with disabilities live in Israel today (18% of the population). Among them, some 700,000 individuals confront severe physical, sensory, cognitive or mental disabilities inflicted by participation in combat, terrorist acts, car and work related accidents, disease and old age. Despite advanced legislation, many sites and services in the country, such as governmental institutions, local municipalities, courts, health clinics, public transportations, cultural institutions, tourist sites, commercial centers and more remain inaccessible to people with disabilities, causing them great suffering and preventing them from leading normal lives. In addition, technological and communication means, such as telephone services centers, mobile telephones and Internet sites, are also not always accessible for the disabled population. Thus, they are dually punished not only by their unfortunate life circumstances but also by an environment that dooms them to be prisoners in their homes. Furthermore, due to prejudice and social stigma, the disabled population is marginalized and cast as an invisible minority.