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April 16, 2024
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Juantia Saint Louis Helps Mothers with Differently Abled Children Build Sustainable Careers at Home

Statistics reveal that over three million children under the age of 18 in the United States are differently-abled. And behind every child is a mother who selflessly cares and tends to their needs. Yet, having dedicated most of their life at home, these mothers often find it challenging to land traditional paying jobs, sometimes even labeled underqualified for various positions. Hence, Juantia Saint Louis has made it her mission to educate mothers on how they can earn a stable income while being at home without compromising the time and quality of care they provide to their children.

Juantia Saint Louis helps stay-at-home mothers build sustainable and profitable careers in the comfort of their own homes that they can do while simultaneously caring for their children. The goal is to empower mothers with an innovative plan of action that will give them peace of mind and financial stability.

“With a focus on consumer education and providing a unique and personalized experience, we strive to eliminate the burden of financial uncertainty while creating a plan of action and peace of mind for the future,”she explained.

Juantia Saint Louis grew up in Newark, NJ. She shared that she was brought up surrounded by a stigma that the only chance for one to be successful and build a good life is to go to school and work hard after graduation. While the formula may be true, Juantia found herself in a search for something more than being someone else’s soldier. She always had a knack for entrepreneurship and shared that she has been harnessing her entrepreneurial skills since the early age of 14.

“My search for becoming more than my environment weighed heavy on me. The constant presence of naysayers, doubters, and you-aren’t-good-enough haunted my thoughts daily. So failure seemed to be closer to me than success. I had to do something,” she said.

Being a mother of three herself, one of whom is diagnosed with cerebral palsy, Juantia Saint Louis found it difficult to balance her life at home and work. After many years of working a full-time job, Juantia had to make a decision and choose between her career and her son. She knew her son needed her to be more available at home, and so, Juantia did what she thought was best and focused on her child.

“At first, like any other mom, I questioned myself, how can I make this work with little to no income and short times in between care. What job will be available to me from home when I know I have to stop throughout the day? Who will pay me as an employee? How can I keep my child quiet in the background while I work? It’s impossible and just overwhelming to even think about all the questions,” she explained.

Amid all her questions, entrepreneurship became her answer and described the epiphany as a sign sent out in flares. Juantia Saint Louis saw entrepreneurship as her only option to earn a stable income while caring for her differently-abled child at the same time.

Using the blueprint she has developed for herself, Juantia Saint Louis aims to amplify what she learned and how she did it to other mothers who also want to be financially sufficient at home. Indeed, Juantia is making a vital difference in the world, and she shows no signs of stopping anytime soon.Learn more about Juantia Saint Louis on Instagram.

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