AT for Money

Money management skills involve the basic recognition of paper banknotes and coins as well as basic math skills to count money and make change. As a young person, acquiring these skills and learning to use them in the community can help you gain confidence and self-esteem and build independence. If you are a young person or a parent of a child with a cognitive disability or who is blind or has low vision, this guide provides you with a sampling of assistive technology (AT) products on the market for identifying, counting and managing money.

Date Published: 
Tuesday, December 18, 2018

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