Here are some ideas to consider:
1. If your teen likes animals (and is not allergic to dogs and cats), family pet sitting can be the perfect way for your teenager to make cash and develop self-confidence in the procedure. Depending on your teen's level of duty, you may be driving and, potentially going with them. An option, of course, is to bring the animal to your home, if that's a choice. Related to this is dog walking.
2. Backyard work such as raking, weeding, spreading out mulch can pay rather well for a teen. In fact, your teenager could easily make more cash per hour than a lot of his schoolmates who have routine hourly tasks.
3. Animal Cleanup. Yes, you read that right. Yards get untidy. Individuals are busy. It's a best fit. It's not the most pleasant work, but, it is work that you can do by yourself schedule. It's versatile and it's a good idea well.
4. Elderly care. Come by once a day to do dishes, prepare simple meals and bring someone a smile.
5. Cleaning houses, churches, cemeteries and office buildings. With a great need for cleaners and the possibility of numerous clients, this could be a great opportunity.
6. Shred Documents. Go to CPA offices. They produce a lot of private paperwork and need to shred them before discarding them.
These are just a few of the numerous ways you and your teen can develop a business together. If your teenager cannot function in a fast paced role in McDonalds or a store, then don't force it. There are ways to assist your child to discover and learn new skills and develop self-confidence and independence.
The following video talks about businesses that were started for the purpose of employing special needs adults.