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.
The site also reports on many of the success stories of its users, with pages dedicated to couples who have found love and even got married after initially meeting on the website.
You don’t need to create a profile, but simply state your gender, date of birth and email address.
You will need to pay if you want to contact members or use any of the other services.
As well as looking for other singles, you can also look through the Able To Love You blog, although many of its articles are from a few years ago.
So what do websites that are aimed specifically at disabled people offer, and who is using them?Disabled Passions is a dating site and a social networking facility for disabled singles.The website offers a range of forums for many specific disabilities if you want to talk to others with the same condition as you.There are also opportunities to meet with fellow local ‘Outsiders’ for organised events.The Outsiders Trust is completely free to join, though it relies entirely on donations.