TOP FINANCIAL WELL-BRING LINKS FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES is a list of websites that provide information and tools to help individuals improve their financial well-being.
CREATING AN INCLUSIVE ENVIRONMENT is a checklist designed to help your organization remove barriers to participation by individuals with disabilities and create an inclusive environment. It starts with the actions and attitudes of staff that set high expectations about a barrier-free environment.
CREATING A ZERO-BALANCE BUDGET PLAN is an online course designed to equip individuals with MS and other disabilities with the tools needed to have control over their spending, and to adjust spending habits to meet decreases in earnings and/or increases in disability-related items and services.
DISABILITY BENEFITS COUNSELING SERVICES is a document designed to help the beneficiary make informed choices about work. It explains how the Social Security Administration (SSA) encourages disability beneficiaries to work to their fullest capability, and includes information about options towards reaching employment and financial goals.
SIX STEPS TO CREATING A FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM is a document designed to help students with disabilities make the transition from school to work or college. It outlines stops in creating a financial literacy program in your classroom or transition program.
TEN QUESTIONS TO ASK is a document to help guide people through the array of online money management tools. These websites are designed to help people manage money – money earned, money spent and what kinds of things you spend your money on. There are multiple tools to choose from that range in sophistication and cost.
WHAT IS ASSET DEVELOPMENT is a one-page document that explains a series of strategies designed to provide long-term benefits to people with disabilities, and help them improve their economic status, expand opportunities for community participation, and positively impact their quality of life experience.