Teach Your Child Financial ResponsibilityCHADD Webinar

Original Air Date June 11, 2021 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT

Christine Kotik PCC

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People with ADHD have more credit card debt, fewer assets, and less money saved for retirement than people who don’t have ADHD. They are also more likely to split up with their spouse or partner because of financial arguments. Learn what you can do as a parent to teach your child to be financially responsible, avoid the pitfalls of impulsive spending, and invest in their future. You can better prepare your child with ADHD for living independently. Join us for this live webinar and you will be able to ask questions after her presentation.

Christine Kotik, PCC, is the mother of four complex children and a former educator at Marburn Academy, a school for children who learn differently. She is an associate certified coach credentialed by the International Coach Federation and a former accountant. She leads the Columbus Chapter of CHADD and is a certified Parent to Parent trainer.

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