Home Business Ideas for the Handicapped or Handicapped
The best home business ideas start with knowing your niche. If you are one of the many disabled people who want to contribute, remember, you have certain skills, life experience, interests and values that others may not have, so finding your niche will be much easier.
Here are the top 10 home-based (handicap accessible) business ideas to consider:
1. Bed and breakfast: especially for other people with disabilities. If you live in a big house and love visitors, this is a ready-to-go handicap accessible business to help the handicapped out and about travel. Great work at home business.
2. Pet sitting is a small business option for those who love taking care of animals on a temporary basis. I know many people who would like to go away for a weekend but have no one to leave their pets with who loves them as much as they do.
3. Jewelry Designer: Did you watch Oprah’s show about 10-year-old Shiloh Peppin who wants to become a jewelry designer when she grows up? Her fused leg disability won’t stop her from her dream career, nor should it stop you.
4. Gift basket service: the entrepreneur can design these at home for specific niches and mail them to buyers or make them available in local specialty stores.
5. Internet Store: If you are computer savvy, consider starting an Internet business that sells affiliate items. You receive a commission for each affiliate item that you sell to others. Visit my website for more information on affiliates.
6. Life Coaching – Who knows better than you what it is like to survive and thrive with a disability or challenge of any kind? Many people are waiting for your words of encouragement.
7. Songwriter – For those of you who love music, why not write and sell your music for a living?
8. Recording artist: If you have a beautiful voice, you can earn a living by becoming a singer. Maybe his niche is jingles – someone wrote and sang all those McDonalds jingles. Or maybe your niche is spiritual music, rock ‘n roll, or weddings.
9. Screen Writer – Write what you know. Tell your story. Everyone has already told you that your life is like a movie. Why don’t you share your story with the rest of us?
10. Motivational speaker: There is a great need for motivational speakers. You can speak at churches, community organizations, business meetings, and even write and publish a book or e-book to motivate others.
If you were born with a challenge or experienced a life-changing event and became disabled or handicapped later in life, and you want to work, you can and should.
Think seriously about starting a small business from home. These are just ten simple business ideas.
I know you can come up with more home business ideas that are specific to your skills, values, and interests. For the success of your business.