Down syndrome dating websites

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Often the most successful site names are not even words at all though: and "zoosk" in an example of a very successful popular/dating site with a made-up word.While "yellow ball" is my current favourite, I'm sure there are hundreds of better names, and below I've listed a few others idea I've brainstormed.Obviously the indivuial (and carer) must also be over 18 and concent.In the next stage the type and severity of disability would be described, however you could also enter :"prefer not to answer" or change the amount of information people can see publically to protect privacy.The rest of the information could be simply typed eg: "My husband and I have a wonderful son with down-syndrome and hoping to find other parents with similar children to socialize with"'.

Originally I thought such a site should be for people with physical disabilities too, however since I had this idea I've noticed quite a few dating sites now exist for physically disabled people, especially those in wheelchairs, however the needs for those with learning difficulties is very different indeed.I'd like to think that if a sensible, and sensitive site like this existed, it would mean disabled people have a much better chance at love, but also much better chances of finding friendship, social groups and just networking!Unlike regualre sites, this would start with a disclaimer that you must have a legitimage disability or the care of such an individual.This has prompted me to create a facebook group which I hope you will join...or contact me directly if you support the idea and have suggestions!Indeed there are a few offenders why may try to victimise intellectually and/or physically handicapped people in their nearby area, hence it's important the carer is involved to employ commonsense.

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