In order to find this list, we took a look at some sources like Dating Advice and Disability Horizons.

On those sites, we were able to find some names of disability-friendly dating sites.

A low monthly membership fee for each user will go towards covering the costs of operating the site, and will eventually be used to pay for group outings that will allow people to meet face-to-face in a fun and safe environment.

From there, we went to Alexa, which measures the popularity of different websites.

We ranked these dating sites by popularity; therefore, the highest ranked site is at the top of our list.

Special Bridge is a new type of dating and companionship website that aims to help these individuals find friends and romantic partners with the same types of special needs, allowing them to create new friendships and open the door for romantic attachments.

Often the romantic aspect of life for people with special needs is overlooked.

She and Michael made it their personal goal to create a unique community that meets this need.

The result of that goal is Special Bridge, which is a labor of love.Thankfully, there are websites and apps that have been developed with this in mind or specifically for this purpose.I think it’s fantastic that sites have been developed to be more inclusive and less ableist because, no matter what you may think, almost everyone wants to find someone to date and should be afforded the opportunity to find that in the same ways as others.This was an idea borne out of Lauren's experience with her sister. Ellis recently talked about what motivated her to start this special website, saying, "I am very familiar with this community, as my sister Jaclyn has been mildly mentally delayed due to chronic health issues her entire life, and watching her struggle to make new friends and find people to relate to with similar conditions has always been a concern."Upon doing some research, Ms.Ellis quickly learned that there are virtually no resources for autism dating, Down's Syndrome dating, or other sites for people with special needs who want to meet new, like-minded people.Caregivers spend so much time focusing on educational, medical, and mental health needs that fostering friendships often gets left by the wayside.