Financial Decision-making: Guidance for Supporting Financial Decision Making by People with Learning Disabilities
BILD Publications, 2007 - Learning disabled - 129 pages
Choice and independence are central to improving the lives of people with learning disabilities. This guide explores ways of enabling people with learning disabilities to have as much control as possible in managing their money.
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