Caring Couture Makes Scarves By Employing Adults With Down Syndrome

Published December 3, 2020 20 Views

Rumble ** To highlight "Small Business Saturday" here is a story about a small organization that opens its doors to people of all abilities. **

This is the ultimate story of a mothers love for her child. Boynton Beach, FL mom, Laurie Ruehlman wanted to spend more quality time with her daughter, Payton, who has Down Syndrome.

"I felt Payton was given to me for a reason," her Mom explained. "It was something bigger than just being her Mom."

They decided to buy some paint and silk scarves and see how the creations turned out. Although Laurie never doubted Payton's talents, she couldn't believe how beautiful her daughter's scarf turned out to be.

It wasn't long after, Laurie turned her favorite mother - daughter past time into a thriving business; Caring Couture. Laurie saw how much Payton loved painting her scarves and she decided to employ the talents of other special needs artists like her! Laurie gather's her workers together at the Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization on a part time basis, recruiting their services whenever her merchandise is running low.

Not only do the employees at Caring Couture love what they do, it gives them an opportunity for career development and a sense of belonging!

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