Whether you choose to disclose your disability in your profile, or wait until you form a connection with someone, you won’t know unless you try – nothing ventured nothing gained.
There’s also a 24/7 help feature built into the website and a blocking system if anyone proves troublesome.
The biggest and most popular online dating website out there today, Ok Cupid is an all-inclusive website that caters for everyone, whatever their gender, sexuality or ability.
Founded in 2005, Dating4Disabled is a global website with the express aim of bringing disabled people together across forums, blogs and chat rooms.
Designed for use by disabled people only, the site tries to create an inclusive atmosphere in which people feel safe to express themselves.
If Valentine’s Day saw you alone this year, wishing that you had someone to shower with overpriced chocolates and large teddy bears, then perhaps it is time to explore online dating.
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.
It’s free to register and its users can share stories and meet like-minded individuals, making the site as much a social network as it is a dating site.
Established in 2002, Whispers4u connects disabled people from all around the world, with users in countries such as the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia and many European countries.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a disabled single looking for a great date or a long-term relationship — you’ve got to find the right site first.