Group Aims To Connect Parents Of Special Needs Children With Flexible Jobs

Repetitive sounds like typing on a keyboard or fingers tapping on a table can be triggering.
Repetitive sounds like typing on a keyboard or fingers tapping on a table can be triggering.
Repetitive sounds like typing on a keyboard or fingers tapping on a table can be triggering.
Repetitive sounds like typing on a keyboard or fingers tapping on a table can be triggering.

Group Aims To Connect Parents Of Special Needs Children With Flexible Jobs

Working parents know how difficult it is to juggle caring for their children while trying to also be a model employee in the workplace.

For parents of children with special needs, however, the balancing act can be even more complicated, with many employers blind to the challenges or unable to provide flexible schedules for parents.

That’s where LaKia Colquitt steps in.

Her group, Promoted Parent, works to connect parents of special needs children with jobs that fit their and their children’s needs.