Recently, I had a great experience with an online task-matching service where you describe a task that you want done for a price you want to pay.
Once you’ve describe your task & your budget, you then wait for the quotes to come in.
The task I wanted done was for someone to clean my wheelchair & my budget was $25.
Within half an hour, I had 3 people interested in this task.
The first person’s quote met my budget, the other two were slightly higher however they could do it immediately.
I chose to pay an extra $5 as I did want the job done urgently.
I’m sensing that people with disabilities are becoming more savvy when it comes to finding creative ways to get something done.
Yes of course there are risks when using strangers online, but this is when “informed decision making” by reading reviews & talking with others can really help.
Here is a couple of online & mobile marketplace websites that enable users to outsource everyday tasks.
While I’m going on about creative thinking & innovation, check out this new Autoslide “Sliding Door Opener”.