Free Financial Education Webinar
Part Two: Shared Experiences: What Worked For Us – People Share Their Experiences
See Part One: Best Practices That Work – Expert Panel Shares Techniques
Hosted by: PA Treasury, PA Department of Banking and Securities, and Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation
Wednesday, January 26, 2022
12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
- Download slides (PDF) – Live links are included throughout the slide deck to various resources
- Download the chat (PDF) – Lots of resources and live links were shared
- Learn more and download PATF’s financial education resources including Cents and Sensibility in English and Spanish, and the Companion Educator Manual
- Visit StudyMoney.us
Please contact us if you have any difficulty accessing these materials or to request materials in a different format.
Financial education is important for everyone, including people with disabilities. And there are quite a few topics that fall under financial education – beyond simply budgeting. This webinar is part of a free series on teaching individuals with disabilities about personal finance.
Part two will feature a few individuals with disabilities who have participated in financial education. They will discuss how they learned what they know, where they learned it, and what worked (or didn’t work) for them in the process.
This webinar will provide valuable information for both families and professionals on how to best support people with disabilities in financial education.
- Becky MacDicken, Outreach Specialist, PA Dept. of Banking and Securities
- Diana Fishlock, Outreach Specialist, PA Treasury
- Susan Tachau, Chief Executive Officer, Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation (PATF)
- Andrew Komarow, Founder, Certified Financial Planner, Planning Across the Spectrum
- Jill C. Gromen, MSW, Director of Operations, JEVS Human Services
- Dr. Bob Arnhold, President, Growing Together Aquaponics
- Kendal Kuhns, Lead Instructor, Growing Together Aquaponics
- Kirkland Campbell, Peer-Instructor, Growing Together Aquaponics