Dating site for people with disability
Disabled Date Place specialises in online dating and matchmaking services for people with a wide range of disabilities.
If you are seeking someone with a specific disability such as an Amputee, then using our easy search tools will find the person that's right for you, instantly! Whispers4has been helping disabled singles find love online and trusted since 2002.We are a social disabled dating community for Differently Abled women and men to find love, friendship and support in a safe online dating environment.For a small upgrade price, we also offer live audio and webcam video chat with our disabled members.Our matching software will actively promote members to you based on the quality of your profile.We manually review profiles, and remove or relegate low quality profiles.
Scammers and fraudsters whom often frequent dating sites are almost immediately detected and deleted, as we constantly monitor our systems and moderate our member profiles.
A Psychologist Who Uses Her Own Dating-with-a-Disability Advice Dr. Dating and Relationships with Autism Maurice Snell, who has ASD, shares his journey in love and relationships, including his best dating advice. Getting Past Fears of Dating with a Disability Chad Cunningham shied away from the dating scene until his 20s.
Sheypuk is a clinical psychologist who specializes in dating, relationships and sexuality among people with disabilities. Find out what clicked to get him dating and, ultimately, finding love. Bridget's Practical Advice for Finding "The One" When Bridget Houlihan became interested in George, she asked him out.
We are here to help our member to connect with other singles that have a disability or are positive about dating with disabled singles.
We offer to our members the chance to meet other singles and new dates without having to worry about explaining that they suffer from a different conditions of disabilities.
But don't just take our word for it, read what some of our ex-singles say in our Disabled Dating Success Stories.