NDEAM 2022: Disability: Part of the Equity Equation

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A National Focus on Equity in the Workforce It is with great excitement that throughout the month of October, AIM Services will celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). Across our nation, a special focus will be placed on the accomplishments of people with disabilities who are working toward and achieving their employment dreams and…
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Q & A with Max Moorehouse, SingleCut Beersmiths

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National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) is a time to recognize the vital roles people with disabilities play in making the nation’s workforce diverse and inclusive. Read about the positive experience SingleCut’s Max Moorehouse has had in working with AIM in recognition of NDEAM (National Disability Employment Awareness Month). Why do you think it’s important…
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Celebrating DSP Week

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This week, AIM celebrated Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week! Although DSPs are recognized for the remarkable work they do throughout the year, this is a unique time to draw attention to the professionals who go above and beyond every single day for the people they support. This year, we would like to acknowledge all that…
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AIM’s Vin Le Soir Event Boasts Regional Italian Culinary Delights, Wine, and Exciting Raffles

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AIM’s Vin Le Soir Event Boasts Regional Italian Culinary Delights, Wine, and Exciting Raffles Grab a glass and journey to Florence, Italy on October 26th at Longfellows As people begin thinking of the upcoming season of giving, AIM will host its 8th Annual Vin Le Soir: A Night in Florence, to raise funds for the…
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Autism Acceptance Month 2022

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Autism Awareness Month 2022 Every April, AIM Services joins our nation in celebrating Autism Awareness Month. We recognize the incredible contributions and accomplishments of people with autism, and we also strive to learn from the people we serve. We share their stories and ways for people to connect with people of diverse abilities, and we…
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February Reflections

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The month of February and the celebration of Valentine’s Day at AIM seems to always place us in a reflective state. We look back over the last year, and stand in awe of the accomplishments of the people served, and the dedicated staff who stand by their side. Despite the countless challenges presented to them…
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PoP 11.7.2021: Vin Le Soir 2021

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Walt:                    Star Radio Sunday, jazz brunch time. Once again, for the power of potential with AIM Services, supporting people with disability and traumatic brain injury. One of my highlights of the week, checking in with executive director of AIM Services, Incorporated, Chris Lyons. Good morning, Chris. Chris:                    Good Sunday morning, Walt, great to hear your…
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AIM Services, Inc. Receives $50K for National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)

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October 21, 2021 AIM Services, Inc. Receives $50K for National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) The Business for Good Foundation boosts Career Center plans, creates employment partnership In recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), AIM Services, Inc., one of the area’s largest providers of services and support for individuals with disabilities, will receive…
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Infinity: “Never Say No, Always Say How”

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Infinity: “Never Say No, Always Say How”  “The central message of the story of this program is that we have taken people with significant challenges and provided them with person-centered supports. Together, we have filled their lives with experiences and helped each one of them discover who they are as a person.” – Nicole Villano,…
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