Money Made Sense: New Handbook for the Intellectual Disabilities Sector
  • By Sarah Clohessy
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  • Health
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Northside Partnership has launched the Financial Capabilities for the Intellectual Disabilities Sector handbook.

The aim of the handbook is facilitate a process whereby people with intellectual
disabilities have the opportunity to build their financial literacy, knowledge and skills and
put these skills into practice in order to build their financial capabilities. Financial Capabilities
means ‘The combination of attitude, knowledge, skills, and self-efficacy needed to make
and exercise money management decisions that best fit the circumstances of one’s life,

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