NOMI is a mobile friendship-first connection app for folks with disabilities and neurodivergence

We get it. Meeting new people can be fun, but it can also be frustrating, especially for those of us with disabilities.

Because our team reflects these communities, our promotion of a diverse, LGBTQ-friendly space comes naturally.

No matter what type of connection you’re looking for, we believe human beings are worth more than a swipe right, or a swipe left. That’s why there’s NOMI.

What is neurodivergence?

NOMI centers and celebrates disability and neurodivergence.

22% of the Canadian adult population and 26% of adults in the U.S. identify with having one or more disabilities. 

Community helps us thrive as humans. Having people around us who will celebrate our successes, empathize with our struggles and respond to our needs is an experience that everyone deserves.

Having a dedicated space where neurodivergence and disability is the default sets us up for success. NOMI’s goal is to break the conventional dating app mold in order to provide a space to meet everyone’s unique connection needs.

NOMI is still under construction!

We invite you to show your support for NOMI by signing up for updates on our progress! We will let you know when it is available for download. 

People of all abilities, gender identities and sexual orientations are welcome and encouraged to sign up.

We are currently working on the IOS version, Android to follow very soon!

Your support means the world to us!

Would you like to be a part of building the app?

Easy signup process

The signup process is designed to be as easy and intuitive as possible. Reducing possible barriers to accessing the app is our main goal.

Customize your profile

Once you are signed up, start customizing your profile in order to find folks who would be the most compatible with you.

Find your match

Scroll through profiles at your own pace to find new connections.

Listen to our interview on CBC Radio One

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that we live and work on the traditional unceded territory of the lək̓ʷəŋən (Lekwungen) peoples and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.