businesses Owned By Entrepreneurs With Disabilities Links

Blind Mice Mega Mall
The new and vasttly improved Blind Mice Mart.

Elegant Insights Braille Creations
Jewelry and accessories with a tactile twist.

Inciteful Publications
Source of various types of information, including employment, that screen readers can read.

Insights For Life
Technology training for the Visually Impaired. At Insights For Life, LLC. we believe everyone deserves the opportunity to gain skills and be encouraged and empowered to meet their goals, no matter how big or small those goals may be.

Johns Crazy Socks
John’s Crazy Socks is a father-son venture inspired by co-founder John Lee Cronin, a young man with Down syndrome. John’s affinity for crazy socks paired with his love of making people smile made our mission clear: we want to spread happiness. We have a social mission and a retail mission, and they are indivisible. We want to show what is possible when you give someone a chance. Every day, we demonstrate what people with intellectual disabilities can do. And we believe in giving back: we donate 5 percent of our earnings to the Special Olympics as they’ve played a vital role in John’s development. We continue to expand our charity partners by offering and creating socks with specific “awareness” themes, such as our Autism Awareness Socks and Down Syndrome Awareness Socks. We match our social mission with a commitment to be a great sock store. We have socks you can love with the widest array of fun, unique and beautifully designed socks that let you express your passion and personality. And we deliver those socks with fast, personal service. We provide same-day shipping and every package includes a hand-written thank you note from John and some candy.  

Speak To Me
Has some very useful products, but you'll need to sort through a lot of novelty items.

The Blind Life Shop On Amazon
This Visually Impaired entrepreneur offers a variety of items including a line of novelty T-Shirts related to Visual Impairment.

White Cane Coffee
Now a bit about White Cane Coffee, and why we standout. The reason I wanted to start White Cane Coffee is because, number one, “Who doesn’t love coffee.”. But most importantly, my brothers and I are all on the Autism Spectrum and I am also blind. We have found that makes jobs extremely difficult. In our experience, employers didn’t want to provide full time or a living wages to handicapped individuals. Or because of bullying on the job site staying at some jobs unbearable. So, at 22, I started to ask, “When you have the right people around you, the question stops being, What can I do?, but What’s stopping me”. So here we are.

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