Young Woman With Down Syndrome Finds Her Perfect Career And Starts Her Own Business
September 22, 2015
A 21 year-old woman with Down Syndrome and Autism has found her perfect career and now runs her own business in Australia.
Jo Lynam hoped for years that her daughter Emma would learn to read and write. She thought this skill was essential for Emma to find a job, but it turned out to be the secret of her success.
Emma now runs her own "Master Shredder" business in Townsville, North Queensland, and has four clients including solicitors and a credit union.
Watching Emma's enthusiasm for what she does and hearing her mother's dedication to raising an independent child despite the obvious challenges is nothing short of inspiring.
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