The Huntington University ABLE Program (Achieving Balance in Life through Education) is designed to support students with cognitive disabilities in having a college campus experience.
The ABLE program provides individuals ages 18-24 with the opportunity to be part of a university campus. Students, both independently and with support from peers, attend/audit classes, work on campus, take supportive classes in understanding finances, social skill needs and independent living, and participate in extracurricular activities. The program not only supports the students with disabilities, but provides an equally important opportunity for all typical students, faculty, and staff to more fully understand the potential of individuals with disabilities.
If you have questions about the ABLE Program, please contact Quinn Fetters at (260) 359-4106 or email.
The ABLE Mission
The ABLE program is dedicated to developing, expanding, and improving inclusive higher education options for people with intellectual disabilities.
The purpose of the program is to provide students with intellectual disabilities the opportunity for a college campus experience, while enriching their academic, work and social skills.
If you have questions, feel free to call (260-359-4106) or email the program director.
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