If you have some reservations about dating, we encourage you to let go of your fears and step into our online community. You do not even have to leave your house and bother with uneasy access that awaits you at many places. All you need is an internet connection, which makes dating for disabled users much more convenient. Other website members will not be able to see your email.
Dating while being disabled used to be a tricky matter, but not any more. Also you can opt out of any unwanted email notifications at any time. Set your photo as “Private” and only your friends (members that you choose) will be able to see them.
It is a place for people of all nationalities, backgrounds and life-challenges to share, connect and just be heard. N.: Differently Abled Winner's Network, an online internet dating or introduction or matchmaking service for adult disabled or handicapped singles and people with disabilities located nationally or internationally.
This site is aimed at facilitating social, personal and romantic development in a supportive and understanding environment. More info Disabled Passions is a 100% free online community specifically for singles with a disability.
Most people want to have a happy life, even when they may have to manage how to live with a disability.
Being disabled and dating presents it’s own set of challenges in the dating world, but they can be navigated with kindness, respect, and a bit of humor too.
Or Manhattanite Lauren Ruotolo, who has Mc Cune-Albright Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that makes her body so fragile that, as a baby, she broke a femur rolling over in bed. “It’s definitely harder for people who are disabled because of the insecurities they have about someone looking at them.” So what are the secrets these possibly unexpected dating successes have to share? Character comes in all sorts of containers: fat and thin, short and tall, female and male, young and old.
Sometimes it comes in a “broken” container — one that goes about in a wheelchair or on crutches. “When people meet me, sometimes they say, ‘Oh my God, she’s disabled,’” says Ruotolo, who stands (with help from her constant companions, a pair of crutches) a little over four-foot-two in her Jimmy Choos — hence the title of her memoir, Unstoppable in Stilettos.
Around 10% of the people in the world are currently living with a disability.
People with disabilities still work, do sports, travel, and raise families.
We are YOUR home to find a loving match who will treat you with respect and love regardless of your disability.