They say 'three's a crowd,' but what if the third person is your personal care assistant? A psychologist with SMA offers some dating strategies.
posted on October 30, 2014 - 9:11am
“Samantha” is a typical 30-something single female who has a successful, fulfilling career in investment banking. Samantha also enjoys an active social life, but when she looks around her and sees friends and peers in romantic relationships, she can’t help but desire the same for herself.
Having a disability doesn’t mean you can’t find the love of your life; young adults with neuromuscular disease share their stories and advice
posted on February 14, 2012 - 11:54am
If you have limited movement, how do you make the first move on a date? Is it OK to bring a personal care attendant on a date? At what point would you let a "significant other" provide personal care for you?