Financial Literacy Program

2238 Dundas Street West, York, ON, Canada
2238 Dundas Street West, Ste. 206 Toronto Ontario M6R CA

Our financial literacy program prepares students for financial independence by introducing them to the world of money in a fun and creative environment.   It covers fundamental financial literacy topics, beginning with key concepts such as value of money and budgeting, progressing to banking for personal use and short and long term savings.  The focus is on helping students learn to live within their own budget and financial scenarios. Students will learn the importance and value of managing and understanding their own finances.

This program is suitable for those who are independent in most self-care skills

This program is not suitable for those who have significant behaviour issues

Ratios:  1 staff to 4 students

Program Dates: TBA

Cost: $ 349.00 per week

Program Contact:  Mary Salerno


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