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Although this will only be relevant to some on the forum due to geography, details of a dating agency for adults with learning difficulties have been posted to the DANDA dyspraxia list, so I thought I'd forward a few details here. " ------------------------------------------------------- On a wider issue - what does everyone think of dating agencies or organised dating in general? I don't suppose dyspraxia is strictly a learning disability, so it's tricky to say how it would work for the likes of us.
"About Stars in the Sky Stars in the Sky is a dating and friendship service for adults with learning difficulties. To join you have to: Have a learning disability/difficulty. Generally speaking though, I would run a mile from the idea of organised dating as it's always shown in the media (speed dating especially) as such a extrovert activity, but I'd be interested to know if anyone has had any first hand experience of it.
Personally speaking, I think it's interesting that a group has been organised for a part of the population that I suspect often finds socialising difficult.
I was going to go to the speed dating night organised in my Freshers Week so many years (well, one and a half) ago; but alas! I kind of regret it; i think that speed dating would be fun, and if you dont like anyone, then its not like you have a long drwan out date to tolerate them; just two minutes!! HHMMMMI wish I had a lot easier time meeting people, lol.
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Disabled I am a pretty laid back kind of guy I like music sports poker Movies Live shows going for meals! I enjoy my job because knowing I have made someone life comfortable for the day is rewarding.
Though I have no interest in him romantically (he's far too young, and I'm quite happy with my partner now!
) it's amazing how well we get on I'd give speed dating ago, if there was one I knew about with people near my own age, as at least you are not wasting your time, everyone is there for the same reason.
Development workers, Rachel Fernihough and Caroline Jones, said: “The need for the Worcestershire branch was so evident.
The organisation helps those living in the London area and also has a separate group called Skittles for gay, bisexual and transgender customers.
Their inital goal is to grow into a national organisation.
A CHARITY is celebrating the success of a Worcestershire project that supports people with learning disabilities to meet new people, make friends and have relationships.
Our Way Self Advocacy has recently welcomed the 100th member of its project, Stars in the Sky Worcestershire.
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“For so long people with learning disabilities kept telling us that they wanted a dating agency that would be supportive, understanding and great fun.