Dedicated Support for People with Disabilties

You’ve just learned that you or your loved one may be eligible to receive services. You may feel overwhelmed, or not sure where to start, but don’t worry! We are here to guide you through the process and answer any questions you have along the way. Each person is different and documentation requirements vary. We want to help you get the most out of your options. Please contact us to get started today!

We provide services through two Medicaid funded programs:

Depending on your needs, you can receive services through one of these programs.

Unsure which program? We are here for you.

Please contact Elizabeth “BJ” Lent, Associate Executive Director directly at or (518) 450-2856 today and we’ll help get you started.

Office for People With Developmental Disabilities

AIM Services, Inc. currently provides services in Saratoga, Warren, and Washington counties through the Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD).

What Services Can You Receive?

Step 1: Eligibility

We are here to help you through every step of the process.

The first step towards receiving services is to have your eligibility determined by your local Developmental Disabilities Regional Office’s (DDRO) Pre-Admission Screen and Resident Review Coordinator (PASSR), and the Office for People with Developmental Disability (OPWDD) committee.

Documentation reviewed includes, but is not limited to:

  • General medical report
  • Psychological report with IQ score
  • For other than intellectual disability, medical or specialty report including health status and diagnostics findings to support diagnosis
  • Social/development history, psychosocial report or other report showing the person became disabled prior to age 22.
  • New York State OPWDD Transmittal Form for Determination of Developmental Disability

The PASSR and OPWDD committee evaluate you or your loved one’s needs by reviewing through the documentation above and interviews. The PASSR coordinator for your area will present the information to a committee at the DDRO to determine eligibility. Every person is different. To ensure you get the most out of your service options, please contact us first!

Step 2: Services

Once you or your loved one is determined eligible to receive services, you will choose an agency to receive services through, like us!

If you are interested in learning more about eligibility for yourself or a loved one, or to begin receiving services through AIM Services, Inc., please contact Elizabeth “BJ” Lent directly at (518) 450-2856 or We will be happy to provide you with further information and guidance regarding this process.