Small Money

Financial literacy for young people with disabilities and complex learning disabilities

We all know that modern life cannot be managed without a basic understanding of money use and budget management

But how do you manage a budget when there is no quantitative understanding
How do you explain that  additional expenses actually subtract from the budget and don't add to it  
The Small Money app serves as a tool for special education schools and teaches young people with intellectual disabilities how to use their budget in a controlled and balanced way. This allows them to manage their own monthly allowance as they move out of the protected framework for independent living in the community.
Young people with cognitive disabilities and complex learning difficulties cannot manage their own budget. This is due to lack of knowledge about the subject and lower capabilities - limited quantitative understanding, difficulties in the organization and more.
The lack of basic financial literacy makes young people more dependent and limits their ability to lead independent basic life.
The problem is divided into two stages: the learning and education phase and then the implementation and the coping phase in reality.
The problem is divided into two stages: the learning and education phase and then the implementation and the coping phase in reality.
The Challenge
Our Solution

Financial Literacy Auxiliary Application - allowing young people an understanding of how to manage their monthly budget by planning ahead and actually accompanying each expense.

In the "Small Money" app, young people will plan their total monthly expenses in advance with a breakdown of fixed and variable expenses.

The app will clearly and easily show the total spent and how much is left of the budget with each transaction

The use of the app will be accompanied by the classroom educator and / or guardian who will assist the individual.

This app is for young people with intellectual disabilities who  will use it for

Small amounts, Short and accurate texts, Recorded instructions, Simple and clear visuals

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