Dating people developmental disabilities
Imagine you are at a dance and out of nowhere there is someone standing close to you.
Like a genie they keep popping up, checking you out. You need to walk, cruise over and introduce yourself and shake the person’s hand and tell them your name.
Our members use our dating service not only to find love, but also friendship.
Below are a few ways that parents and caregivers can support their loved ones through this journey: The following suggestions are written by people who identify themselves as having a developmental disability.
These people present their own recommendations based upon their own experiences.
It is common and natural for people with autism and other developmental disabilities to seek companionship; however, they often experience problems due to difficulties communicating with others and recognizing non-verbal cues.
For parents and other family members, their loved ones’ safety is a common concern.