How can a disabled person open a home based business?
If a person can't hold a 9 to 5 job, how can they work from home with little or no money?
You can do some writing content work from home if you are much capable. Other wise see what you can do.
God Bless You
I agree with Bret, you need something that involves writing. Being disabled makes things much harder. With little or no money, it will not be easy. There are ways to make money online writing. Hubpages is one of the top sites that I have found. If you can get the traffic, it can be very beneficial. But as far as a business, perhaps you can choose the design and art field. If they paint or create art, they could sell their work on Ebay. That would still involve mailing though. Perhaps this person could try writing Ebooks. My advice would be to research online. There are many things you can do. It just all depends on what this person's limits are.
If you love to write you have the tools you need to earn money from home. I've been doing it since 2009 and I love being a writer. Work on your own projects, eBooks or books to sell through POD publishers like Amazon's Create Space or Lightning Source. You can make some cash in the meantime writing for Zerys.com.
Here is the link to their site. I'm not promoting them for pay, just recommending them because they are the only content site I've found that pays a halfway decent rate and their editorial staff are excellent.
Good fortune to you and God keep you.
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