Valentine’s day is right around the corner, and we want to talk about how accessible we think dating can be!
With these easy steps, you can find a date and impress them with a fun-filled night!
Step One: Find a dating website that’s right for you!
– Special Bridge
– Dating 4 Disabled
– Disabled Passions
– Whispers 4 You
Step Two: Create a profile, and don’t be afraid to be honest about your specific situation!
Step Three: The Date — Choose somewhere that you know is wheelchair accessible!
– Visit an Art Gallery/Museum
– Cook together
And remember — don’t try to hide your disability. You have to own it, and be honest about it. But it’s also not who you are, so don’t spend the night focusing on it or only talking about it!
So, what happens when you’ve planned everything and met your match online?
You’ll need date-night transportation! Look up accessible van rentals. If you’re in the Atlanta, GA or Houston, TX areas, AMS Vans has several vans to choose from! Call now to check availability at 877-621-4029! (If that date goes well, we also rent weekly and monthly for more getaways and can even deliver way outside those areas!)
That’s it! You’re set to having the perfect night that’s full of independence and LOVE!
Happy Valentine’s Day from your AMS Vans family!
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