When it comes to making new friends and meeting potential romantic connections, individuals with disabilities can look to Special Bridge as a partner on the road to personal enrichment, independence, and social growth.
Special Bridge provides a warm, safe, and comforting atmosphere for all users, so everyone will feel welcome to participate as much or as little as their personal comfort levels will allow.
Offers an interactive co-parenting class called Children Caught in the Middle that focuses on children growing up between two homes and how to foster healthy co-parenting relationships.
Dallas Association for Parent Education Dallas, 972/699-0420 or 972/699-0438 The association’s Warmline/E-Warmline (972/699-7742) is a free phone service staffed by trained volunteers, available to parents and caregivers from Monday through Friday from 9am to 3pm.
Different services include consultations, behavioral therapy, language therapy, occupational therapy, social groups, transition therapy and parent support groups.
Jewish Family Service Dallas 972/437-9950 or 972/437-1988 Offers various services for children with special needs, including a Support Group for Parents of Children on the Autism Spectrum.
With Special Bridge and our attention to safety, people can feel empowered to reach out to new people without fear of bullying or hurt feelings.
It's goal is to create a supportive environment that allows people to create meaningful friendships and romantic relationships.
While meeting new people face-to-face can be intimidating for some people, Special Bridge allows for online connections that can be made through the site’s messaging system.
This makes it easier to start and continue conversations for people who may have difficulties with speech.
The beauty of Special Bridge is that technology helps to even the playing field, allowing users to feel less self-conscious about their ability levels.
Users can take as much time as they like to respond back to messages, knowing that the person receiving those messages understands how difficult communication can be.