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Asset Development: Financial Literacy and VR Asset Development & Vocational Rehabilitation 30-Second Training Series
TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © 2013 How does financial literacy fit in vocational rehabilitation?
TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © 2013 How does financial literacy fit in vocational rehabilitation? It is not our job to assist with money matters; our focus is on careers. Besides, I did not go to school to become a financial advisor. A VR counselor already has too much to do. We cannot be expected to add financial literacy into counseling and guidance. Besides, I can hardly keep track of my own checkbook. Some of our clients are deeply in debt, some are unbanked, some do not understand the basics about money and working (savings, interest rates, taxes, credit cards rates, work incentives). This lack of knowledge impacts how much a person thinks they can earn and sometimes how successful they are on a job. Select the best answer A B C
TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © 2013 Incorrect … A vocational rehabilitation counselor assists clients in considering all the factors that need to be addressed in implementing a successful individual plan for employment. The vocational goal needs to place a person on a pathway to financial stability if employment is to be maintained. How can that occur if money is not discussed?
TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © 2013 Incorrect… It is true that vocational counselors have a lot to do but that does not mean they dont include information and community resources that will assist an individual in being successful. Knowing community resources is part of the counselors job.
TACE Center: Region IV, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute. Funded by RSA Grant # H264A © 2013 You are on the money! CORRECT! We need to help clients become financially literate and know who in the community can assist them. Online Resources U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Federal Trade Commission - Dealing with Debt Nonprofit organization helping non-traditional financial and asset building institutions serve low and moderate income individuals. Comprehensive financial education curriculum to help low- and moderate-income individuals outside the financial mainstream enhance their financial skills and create positive banking relationships. To learn more, visit TACE's Asset Development Exchange [tacesoutheast.org/network/ax/] TACE's Asset Development Exchange
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