A Day Service of AIM


Supportive Techniques for Rebuilding Independence & Vital Experiences


STRIVE is designed to provide an environment where people can learn skills that will help them live their most independent lives. Participants drive the overall program, designing their own goals and trainings based on their interests to ultimately learn and accomplish their desired objectives.

Who can attend STRIVE Day Services?

Those who are currently enrolled in Department of Heath (DOH)’s Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or Nursing Home Transition & Diversion (NHTD) Waiver in the Adirondack or Capital Region are eligible. Private pay may also be available.

What types of programming will be provided?

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Craft workshop held at STRIVE.

Attendees of STRIVE Day Service will ultimately decide which types of programming they are most interested in. Some examples may include financial literacy, medication management, tech literacy, wellness, nutrition, creative arts, and more.

Programs will be flexible and scheduled based on participant interest.

To learn more about STRIVE, please contact Heather Harple, Assistant Director of Department of Health (DOH) Services directly at (518) 450-2893 or hharple@aimservicesinc.org