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After seeing his brother Steve, a 33-year-old living with cognitive disabilities, try a handful of dating apps — to no avail — Anderson knew there was a problem to solve.“Steve is just like any other single guy living in a big city — he wants to have a girlfriend and a good group of friends, but unfortunately it’s just more difficult for him and other people with disabilities to find those things,” Anderson said.“If there are dating apps that make it easier for two people of the same faith to meet each other, I started wondering why there wasn’t something out there to help people with disabilities do the same thing.”So Anderson and his mother, Christine, launched Glimmer, a social app designed to be inclusive of users with physical and cognitive disabilities, which can include traumatic brain injury, Down syndrome and autism.As a community of more than 40 million individual opinions and ways of experiencing the world, we are always coming up with new ways for our users to meet, go on dates, and fall in love.Our forums are just another great platform that allows our users to come together to communicate and share with each other. We will tell you what you need in a relationship, where you screwed up (without knowing it) in past relationships and a customized action plan to make your next relationship successful.
(Erin Hooley / Blue Sky) More than 4,500 dating service companies exist today, but for Chicago resident Geoff Anderson, it wasn’t enough.
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“It doesn’t exclude anyone else; it’s just built and designed to take into account that people with disabilities often have trouble disclosing these details on social and dating apps,” said Anderson, who has an MBA in marketing and communication from De Paul University.
“We did our own research on the matter, speaking to hundreds of young men and women with disabilities, as well as their parents, at dozens of conferences and events over the years to see if there was desire for a product like this,” Anderson said, noting that it includes the non-disabled and is available on mobile.
The app displays banner ads and is free to use, and anyone with a Facebook account can download it through the Apple App Store or Google Play store.