The Outsiders Trust is completely free to join, though it relies entirely on donations.
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.
Disability Match UK is one of the biggest dating websites.
The website offers a range of forums for many specific disabilities if you want to talk to others with the same condition as you.
The site is free to join and gives you the chance to search through people’s blogs and explore a wide range of shared interests and ideas.
This essentially means that it is part of a collection of dating sites, so if you sign up, your profile will automatically be visible to a larger audience via other relevant dating websites, not just Meet Disabled Singles.
It’s free to join, search member profiles and send ‘flirts’ to other members, but upgrading to premium membership will open up many more features, such as live video chat rooms, private message facility and the ability to send emails to other members.
Although we first published this article in 2015, we have updated it in 2018 with the latest information and latest disability dating sites.
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.
There are three different levels of membership to the site – free trial, gold and VIP.
Members on a trail can view profiles and send a limited number of messages, while those with VIP members have priority listing on the site and featured on the homepage.
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.
From uniform dating to websites that cater specifically for tall people, or those with a gluten intolerance, there really is a site out there for everyone.
Outsiders is a social, peer support and dating club, run by and for disabled people.