While most of the websites users have some sort of disability, the site is also open to non-disabled users, who in the sites own words; “look beyond an obvious disability and focus on the whole person and a possible relationship they might enjoy.” The website has also been adapted for smart phones and tablets, meaning it is easy to browse potential matches wherever you are in the world.
Founded in 2005, Dating4Disabled is a global website with the express aim of bringing disabled people together across forums, blogs and chat rooms.
At Soulful Encounters' disabled dating and community Web site, disabled individuals find real support, compassion, and friendship through our disabled community and disabled dating Web site.
The name Soulful Encounters and the hearts logo are a constant reminder of this Web site's primary mission -- to provide a place where the medically, mentally and physically disabled can nourish their souls and awaken their hearts.
With the online dating industry now worth billions, the market has expanded rapidly to try and meet the needs of everyone who is looking for love.
From uniform dating, to websites that cater specifically for tall people, or those with a gluten intolerance, there really is a site out there for everyone.
The site has also incorporated large font options and supporting icon comments to assist the visually challenged.
The members of Dating4Disabled can network internationally in an understanding, safe and non-committal atmosphere.
Are you or a friend of yours disabled and looking for singles with similar characteristics to date with them?
With 12 million profiles in the Dating Factory (who own Disability Match), you're bound to find someone special.
After creating a profile for free, you can start things off by checking out their “Flirt” section.
Here you can flirt with a member and maybe they will feel the same way about you.
Additionally, you have the normal features that you find with other dating sites, like messages, chat and a search/browse members function.
Whether dating another disabled or special needs person or an able-bodied person, talk to each other and find out what arrangements need to be made.