Empowerment through financial literacy
In this introduction to the basics of money, participants learn how to count to one hundred, identify and count using money and learn about price rounding and practise shopping exercises. This level is an excellent starting point for all participants, to discover how Making Money Easy works.View course modules
Participants recap on the concepts learned in the Basic section. They look at needs versus wants, how to pay using the correct change and without the correct money. They learn how to plan and develop a budget and focus on budget goals as they work towards independence in money handling.View course modules
The Making Money Easy Advanced level teaches participants about various online banking services such as ATMs, tap and go and paying with credit cards. They are taught how to read bills and payslips, pay bills and shop online and learn about online security and their rights and responsibilities as a consumer.View course modules
Every participant has his or her own mix of capabilities. Find the ideal module now.Download skills guide
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The path to financial empowerment
Making Money Easy was developed by Participate Australia to support children, teens and adults with mild to moderate intellectual disability to learn basic counting and money handling skills. It teaches financial basics through to more complex transactions in a modular format that enables each section to build on what was learned in the previous section.
The program is designed to be fun and engaging to promote learning and reward achievement and is delivered in a safe, unintimidating online environment. Ultimately, participants are encouraged to improve their economic participation and become more independent in their daily lives by being able to go shopping or pay a bill.
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