A Christmas Story… the AIM version

A Christmas Story…the AIM version. It is often said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Perhaps that has never been more apparent than by comparing these two photos side-by-side. Let us explain… Eight years ago, AIM began supporting Chad after he spent decades in an institution. He was fearful, skeptical, slow to trust,…
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Chad’s Story: Meaningful Connection Fosters Personal Growth

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Chad’s Story Meaningful Connection Fosters Personal Growth In the past, we have shared the inspiring story of the opening of the Infinity Day Program at AIM Services. The Infinity Program offered participants a sense of belonging and community, individual choice, and life-enriching experiences for the first time in their lives. Below, you can read about…
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A Mother’s Love: A local mother shares her story of advocacy and gratitude after her son’s diagnosis of autism.

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A Mother’s Love: A local mother shares her story of advocacy and gratitude after her son’s diagnosis of autism. Read more about Kelly and Devin’s journey. No one knows a child better than his mother, and when Kelly Perkins’ son Devin was just 15 months old, she says she knew something about him was atypical….
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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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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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Emily and Maura: An Unbreakable Bond

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In recognition of Direct Support Professionals (DSP) Week, we are honored to share this incredible story with you—one that illustrates the power of personal connection and demonstrates just how meaningful and lifechanging our work can be, not only for the individuals we support, but for their loved ones as well. We invite you to read…
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The Three C’s

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Community… It’s a significant word. Community represents connections and support for one another. Whether a community is based on location, or common interests, it brings a diverse group of people together to learn, grow, and build lasting relationships. At AIM, we value our community members. Community provides natural supports to people with disabilities to learn,…
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The Notes That Connect Us

Meet Dave and Michele, and their son Luke. Luke is an active 19-year-old who loves the arts and sports, and has Autism. Watch this full length video on how his dad, Dave, found a creative way to connect with Luke through music. AIM Services, Inc. supports people of all ages and all abilities realize their…
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