College is an enormous expense for typical students who have no need for specialized support. Students who require a communication partner to attend college often bear an even larger expense in the training and payment of these partners. Resources abound for students ages 21 and younger; however, the funding often trails off in adulthood, especially for students who are seeking a fulfilling life outside a residential or day program.

REV AccessAbility's focus is to provide support accessing higher education for students who spell, point, or type to communicate using Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC). 


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College is an enormous expense for typical students who have no need for specialized support. Students who require a communication partner to attend college often bear an even larger expense in the training and payment of these partners. Resources abound for students ages 21 and younger; however, the funding often trails off in adulthood, especially for students who are seeking a fulfilling life outside a residential or day program.

REV AccessAbility's focus is to provide support accessing higher education for students who spell, point, or type to communicate using Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC).