Helena Reed set up happily after trying to help sister Jessica search for love and company. A woman has set up a dating and friendship agency for adults with learning difficulties and autism after watching her sister struggle to find love. Helena Reed says her year-old sibling Jessica is often frustrated in her attempts to make new friends and find romance. The sisters grew up in Holland Park and now live in Notting Hill. She says charities and organisations arrange social events but it tends attended by the same people. Users are also asked to produce a reference letter and ID, and be honest about the support they may need while on a date or meeting people.
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Love is in the air for a Yorkshire couple, who got engaged this year after being matched by Luv2meetU, a friendship and dating agency for adults with learning disabilities and autism. Anna, 28, and Mark, 32, had both been members of Luv2meetU since , when it was suggested they might be a good match. A first date was arranged for November, and Luv2meetU staff worked with the couple to share some advice and help to boost their confidence ahead of the event. The pair hit it off straight away, with both Anna and Mark agreeing that it was love at first sight. Chatting for over two and a half hours at a pizza restaurant, there was an immediate spark, with Mark sharing stories from his job as a gardener, and Anna discussing courses she attended at a local enterprise.
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Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, Luv2meetU will be focused on supporting people with learning disabilities and their families to develop and sustain relationships, improve health and wellbeing and extend their social networks. The new service, which is run by national learning disabilities charity Hft, will celebrate its arrival in Bristol with a party including music, food and games. The launch event will take place at the bar on the ground floor of Za Za Bazaar on Monday, September 23, where there will also be information about the service available for potential members and their families, as well as carers, support workers and service providers.