Lucy Wang’ombe-Gardner – Balancing a Career and Mothering a Child With Special Needs By Fatima Gorezi Lucy Wang’ombe-Gardner, was born in Kenya, and her independent streak led her to pursue higher education in England in the nineties. She is the founder of TIDY TIME SERVICES. The company was born in 2015 after Lucy took time off work to fully care for her son who has Down Syndrome. With Lucy having moved to a village, the company started out as a one-woman operation but demand for her services led to nationwide expansion. The company offers housekeeping services to those living in villages around the country.  Lucy aims to inspire and challenge women, including those who have children with special needs, to find freedom through entrepreneurship as they strive for a better life for themselves and their children. Tell us more about Tidy Time Services TIDY TIME SERVICES is a Housekeeping business providing customised services in villages across the country, to private and commercial customers alike. We offer a range of services, all tailored to suit individual needs, but most of all, we pride ourselves on the attention to detail and strive to go the extra mile for all our customers. We currently operate in over 50 villages and getting ready to launch the cleaning franchise arm in April 2020 to accommodate our ever-expanding client list. How did you come up with the idea to have the company? Having resigned my job and moved to a village to spend quality time with my son (who has Down Syndrome), I found there was a great need for cleaning and housekeeping services in [...]

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