Financial Education Disability Supplemental Guides
February 2018 | Tool/Manual
National Disability Institute (NDI) has released disability supplemental guides that complement the Hands on Banking® instructor guides for adults, young adults and entrepreneurs.
Hands on Banking is a free, fun, non-commercial financial education program available in both English and Spanish that teaches people, in all stages of life, about the basics of responsible money management, including how to create a budget, save and invest, borrow responsibly, buy a home and establish a small business.
The new guides are designed to provide financial educators, American Job Centers, Vocational Rehabilitation and community-based organizations access to resources and tools specifically for persons with disabilities.
The disability supplemental guides cover disability sensitivity and information to complement the Hands on Banking instructor guides for adults, young adults and entrepreneurship. Topics include employment, money management, protected savings, work supports and other items relevant to people who have disabilities and financial capability. Numerous tips, tools, resources and links to Hands on Banking materials are also provided.
Visit the Hands on Banking website: handsonbanking.org/ndi.