How to Raise Money-Smart Kids and Teens in 7 Steps
- willingness to learn about financial education
- open mind
Have you ever wished that you can time travel?
Unfortunately, the bad news is you can’t.
What would it be like if you had FINANCIAL LITERACY when you were young?
Would you have made your life decisions differently?
Our times have changed and we are now experiencing a NEW ECONOMY.
The people who thrived during the pandemic are the ones who have a high level of financial literacy.
Wouldn't your kids be better off than his peers if he/she LEARN THE BASICS IN FINANCIAL EDUCATION in addition to his traditional education?
Today, DO NOT let your kids MISS OUT on this golden opportunity.
Since we can’t time travel, TODAY is the best time for kids and teens to learn.
In this course, I will share my 20 years of experience as a specialist in child development and 10 years of experience in financial education and I will share my knowledge using the 7 Developmental Stages of Financial Literacy that I created in teaching the basics of financial education not only to my son and typical teens but to my patients with developmental disabilities as well.
You will DISCOVER the STATUS OF FINANCIAL EDUCATION in the world and how you measure up.
By the end of the course, the students will be able to map out their own personalized financial education roadmap as well as their children's financial education journey.
They will have an idea of their starting point as well as their own personal financial end goal.
I will be sharing my book on "How to Raise Money-Smart Kids" with my students to guide them in teaching their kids the basics of financial education.
There will be continuing support for the students in the form of a Facebook Group known as Money-Smart Families where they will have access to like-minded people who value teaching financial education at an early age.
So take a look inside the course and I hope to see you there.
Who this course is for:
- parents who value teaching financial education to their children
- teachers and schools who want to incorporate financial education in their curriculum
I have almost 20 years of experience as a child development specialist and I see children with developmental disabilities and counsel their families.
I also have 10 years of experience teaching financial education to teens and adults through the Cashflow 101 Workshops.
My work in the community has been acknowledged by my alma mater in Medicine and I was recently given an award as one of the Most Outstanding Alumni in Community Service.
I was also given the Autism Advocate Award in 2019 by the Philippine Association of Citizens with Developmental and Learning Disabilities, Inc. for my work with families who have children with Autism.
I believe that financial education should be taught at an early age so that when they grow up they will have more options in life and work on having a financially rewarding future.