BUFORD, Ga. -- Jaclyn Ellis, 30, has joined a new dating website.
It doesn't seem like there's a need for another such site with all the dating arenas that exist for the masses -- connections for Christians, for those over age 50, even for farmers.
But Lauren Ellis, Jaclyn's sister, saw a need.
"It's hard to find somebody like her," Lauren said of her older sister.
Lauren and her fiance Michael Robbins, a web developer, created the dating website Special Bridge. It caters especially to people with disabilities.
"The one thing we ask when they sign up is they have to say what their disability is," Robbins said. "And so we have a feature on the site where you can actually browse by disability, whether it be autism or Down syndrome or dyslexia."