Dating someone learning disability
He can't even go to a doctors appointment by himself because "he doesn't understand their questions" One of the questions was what's your ethnicity?
I had thought about law, for example.
Am I capable or willing to help them overcome the disability. They show love just like the rest of us.
They show love just like the rest of us. I had thought about law, for example. If you're looking to fill your spare time in a rewarding way, or build skills for your CV, why not think about volunteering for us?
You cannot undo this action. But, yes, I would date someone with a learning disability. Not to get too schmaltzy, but different people have different paths Now I am a firm believer that you can do anything you put your mind to, but I don't know if I could support her becoming a nurse
Dating for people with aspergers, autism and learning disabilities
Frankly, my work now requires far less multi-tasking than all the entry level jobs I previously had. We went out of town and he was reading me directions yet he couldn't pronounce half the street names.. People don't date certain people for all sorts of reasons skin colour, height, 6th toe that's the world we live in!!! Feb 28, 4: I have found, after working in the feild for many years, that this population of people have more respect and love to share than the "normal" population of people.
Iguess in many cases it is definately a preference of choice so it is their right, you cannot force someone to meet or like someone.
Jesse_Pinckman - 25.02.2018 in 18:09
Given her speech impairment she has a slower manner of speech, likely compounded by her low-average processing speed according to her assessment, she also has math difficulties and one writing difficulties I believe she is unfairly ruled out in interview situations and when she does get a chance, as has happened on two occaisions, people either don't give her the opportunity to adapt or the work itself is not suited to her. Tell your friend keep trying.
Elis_Wade - 03.03.2018 in 19:29
So in terms of LD's it could be anything.
Lat_Lol - 12.03.2018 in 02:20
A learning disability like dyslexia wouldn't be a problem for me but if they had another disease like down syndrome then sorry to say, but no.