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#1 Bubba Trump

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Posted 16 February 2017 - 09:27 AM

Hello P.com Family,

 

  I'm posting this hoping someone could used the help of a smart, respectful, hard working young man(19)who is mildly Autistic. I as a concerned parent am trying to assist in finding him work and being somewhat protective and not just send him out to the wolves and hope for the best. He has his own car and license to drive. If anyone needs some help in any form or know someone who does please call or text 404-271-7945


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Posted 16 February 2017 - 10:20 AM

Hello P.com Family,
 
  I'm posting this hoping someone could used the help of a smart, respectful, hard working young man(19)who is mildly Autistic. I as a concerned parent am trying to assist in finding him work and being somewhat protective and not just send him out to the wolves and hope for the best. He has his own car and license to drive. If anyone needs some help in any form or know someone who does please call or text 404-271-7945


Try Publix or Chick-fil-A maybe, for starters. Best of luck to your young man, he sounds amazing!
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Posted 16 February 2017 - 11:00 AM

Try Publix or Chick-fil-A maybe, for starters. Best of luck to your young man, he sounds amazing!

^ Agree with all!

Ingles is another place for him to try.

I've seen all three of these places who hire challenged individuals and they look like they enjoy their work and are treated fairly.

Good luck to your son in joining the workforce!


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Posted 16 February 2017 - 07:01 PM

Kroger is supposed to be another good place. I have friend who has a daughter that works in the bakery at a Publix, but out of state - not in Georgia. You might try there too. 


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Posted 16 February 2017 - 07:18 PM

If he's interested in doing manual work, just let me know.
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Posted 16 February 2017 - 11:06 PM

^ Agree with all!
Ingles is another place for him to try.
I've seen all three of these places who hire challenged individuals and they look like they enjoy their work and are treated fairly.
Good luck to your son in joining the workforce!


Yes, I forgot about Ingles, another good one!

I have an autistic sis who worked at Chik-fil-A for a few years and they were so good to her. They were also very protective and watched out for her.
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Posted 17 February 2017 - 11:17 AM

Kroger is supposed to be another good place. I have friend who has a daughter that works in the bakery at a Publix, but out of state - not in Georgia. You might try there too. 

My Aspergers son worked at Kroger in high school.  It worked out just fine for him.


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