People want to believe that seniors are asexual beings, but seniors desire — even need — romantic relationships, just as we do.
We are misled in our society to think there is only one person out there for us, only one soul mate — only one great love.
If you are interested, though, this article contains some tips on getting started.
If you are a parent or a friend of an adult with ASD, your job is to make sure that the person knows that you are open and available for support.
While seniors desire love, they face many obstacles beyond the social norms and taboos.
Biological, demographic and psychological factors can all make it challenging for seniors to form romantic relationships: In her groundbreaking book, author Friedman explains that many of the difficulties that seniors face when approaching love are based on expectations that intimacy and love ought to be the same as it was during middle-age.