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21-Feb-2015 16:29

“It’s as though someone is inside his head and they have a long strip of paper with all the sentences on and they’re cutting each word up and throwing it out in the wrong order,” says Carol, 57.His parents battled to get him coveted spots at specialist speech and language schools and avoid the likelihood of bullying, but they couldn’t shield him completely.

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As Carol relays their story, Daniel sits patiently opposite her, sipping a Coke.

Seeing the two together, her words are tricky to believe. A gentle 6ft 4in presence with a tumbling head of hair and wide blue eyes, he maintains eye contact, unabashed. This is down to two factors: the Channel 4 show The Undateables and Carol’s decision to start a dating agency for those who, like Daniel, suffer learning difficulties.

“He insisted on wearing dark sunglasses everywhere.He wouldn’t go into the school assembly if there was a play on and if he walked into a room with people in, even if he knew them, he would have his eyes closed for the first half hour, even behind the sunglasses.” On the autistic spectrum, he has struggled with speech and comprehending others for most of his life.