Accessible Travel Review Website
About me: I'm currently a stay-at-home-mom to my 3-year-old, but in a previous life, I worked as an environmental planner. During the course of that job, I created (and maintained for some years) the website of the agency I worked for. As a volunteer, I also helped create and maintain the website of a local non-profit. As the mom of an 11-year-old with cerebral palsy who loves to travel (both the 11-year-old and the mom :-) ), I've often wished for a website like the one I'm proposing. Since no one else seems to have done it, I'm going to.
You should contact your local county boards for disabilities and ask them to help! Many have parent and provider meetings where you can speak about your idea and ask for assistance. In settings like these you can find feedback on other disabilities as well (regarding traveling).
Not sure why I didn't see this sooner. That's great that Rick Steves has written a book about traveling with disabilities! (As near as I can tell from Amazon, it's one book, about Europe.) When we finally travel to Europe, I'll be sure to buy a copy. Meanwhile, I know *I* could use some advice on less-exotic destinations. And if you don't know why I need money, you weren't paying much attention.
Why do you need money to start this? Also, Rick Steves already creates entire books about traveling with disabilities.