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"People with disabilities, especially developmental disabilities, are typically behind the eight ball because they haven't had the practice of dating in college or their young adult life," says Watson."Many of them never had the puppy love, been broken up with, experienced the fights, or the good stuff." To make up for this lost time, his best bit of advice is to be totally honest.As one of its first members, he should know: He met his wife, Lynn, at a Date Able Valentine's Day party in 1988."I didn't want to try it," says Watson, who has moderate cerebral palsy and was working as a national project director for the United Cerebral Palsy Association at the time.
C., doctor who wanted to give her patients a way to combat the isolation that accompanied their physical disabilities, charges a 5 initiation fee for the first year and every year thereafter.For that fee, members get a more personalized experience, as Date Able is more akin to an old-school matchmaking service.The organization has been responsible for almost 1,000 marriages, according to Watson.Love for less Niche sites are also a lot less expensive.Prescription 4 Love, which started charging in May 2009, is .95 per month, while most of the features on No Longer Lonely (including the dating service and chat rooms) are still free.
Even in our post-Americans With Disabilities Act society, notes Watson, failing to mention that you're confined to a wheelchair or dealing with another type of handicap might bring a first date to an abrupt end after a courtesy "I'm sorry" drink.