University to create financial training video for students with autism

12/25/2012 | Dallas Morning News (subscription required), The

The University of North Texas will use a $2,500 grant to produce a video that will help educate individuals with autism about money matters. The video, with an anticipated late spring release, will be available for free on college and financial management websites. "With this video, financial literacy professionals from around the country can gain better insight into how to take the topic of financial literacy -- as well as the core skills of budgeting -- and present it to individuals with autism," Paul Goebel of the UNT's Student Money Management Center said.

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