Dating for disabled people
It’s a good place to read through, then move on to their list of helpful organizations to reach out to, linked here.
National Library Service (for the Blind & Physically Handicapped): free library program of braille and audio materials circulated to eligible borrowers in the United States by postage-free mail.
Bookshare: An accessible online library for people with print disabilities. There are a ton of discounts out there for us, way too many to list.
I think instead of listing, it might be helpful for me to remind you to just ask.
BUT the first rule of travel is something like, “If you don’t believe it, nobody will.” You have absolutely got to hold tight to what you want and what your vision is. They have a ton of information on traveling abroad, financial resources, etc, listed clearly and cleanly in their fantastic website.
National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (gotta love that name!
): their description of what is out there is comprehensive and pretty accurate.
Don’t forget your intersections – that is, if you are poor or a female or a racial minority or LGTBQ, search under those groups as well for foundations that apply to you.
Transitions Abroad: one of the king-beasts in websites for living/working abroad (along with Dave’s ESL Cafe) – definitely opportunities to find free ways to travel or jobs.