Booklet helps people with disabilities manage their finances

07/12/2013 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

The Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation worked with Widener University professors to create a free money-management guide, "Cents and Sensibility," for people with disabilities on the basics of personal finance, banking and credit. Associate professor Dennis Laker said the handbook coincides with a philosophical change toward encouraging people with disabilities to be more independent.

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