Budgeting skills are an incredibly important independence skill, but it can be daunting to learn. Living On A Budget/Road Trip is a 2-part reversible book designed to help teens and adults on the spectrum learn how to manage their personal finances. Learn how to break down income and expenses, pay bills, create a budget you can stick to, and more.
The first part of this book is nonfiction, featuring easy to understand lessons on budgeting. The second part is fiction, and includes several stories depicting real-world budgeting problems for readers to solve. This two-part structure helps improve generalization and ensure readers can implement their new money management skills in their own lives. Each chapter is written with a basic reading level in mind, making lessons accessible to readers at a wide range of comprehension levels.