Financial Literacy

Youth Launch Pad

Financial Literacy

An important step towards independence and adulthood includes developing skills in understanding credit scores, how to open and manage a bank account,  budgeting, saving, borrowing money, and spending wisely. 

National Disability Institute-Financial Wellness Tools– This website includes financial wellness tools that can be used to help individuals, families, financial institutions and community partners improve the financial future of people with disabilities.

 FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)- How money smart are you?  This includes 14 interactive games to teach young adults about managing money 

Find interactive tools on topics such as borrowing, saving, earning, etc.  

Financial Literacy for Students with Disabilities

Parent Center Hub-Getting Ready for Managing Finances at the Age of Majority 

Office of Comptroller of the Currency has a Financial Literacy Resource Directory

Raise Center Webinar: Developing Financial Capability Among Youth