Bearabilities Premieres at Boyertown Community Library

Bearabilities is a new program this fall hosted by Abilities in Motion (AIM)  at the  Boyertown Community Library.  Bearabilities offers social and recreational opportunities for individuals with disabilities and their families/ caregivers.  Interactive activities are designed for all abilities including music, craft-making, and sensory-friendly seasonal events.  This month’s activity was light catchers! Join us on…

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AIM Disability Integration Specialist Assists in Regional Hazmat Drill

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AIM Disability Integration Specialist Laura Szweda participated in a Hazardous Materials Drill at Phoenixville Tower Health yesterday. Laura provided vital real-world experience for the Phoenixville staff in assisting Hazmat victims and refining their response efforts. As a Disability Integration Specialist, Laura works to improve the recognition of the unique needs of individuals with disabilities into…

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Sensory Friendly Halloween Party

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Second Annual Sensory Friendly Halloween Party October 24 from 4 to 6 pm at AIM Headquarters Call 610-376-0010 x105 to register by October 19.     Abilities in Motion LOVES Halloween but we know that sometimes the spooky fun that we enjoy can be too much for kids with sensory disorders.  So we invite any child…

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AIM Marches for Rights at NCIL Conference

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Volunteers and staff from Abilities in Motion attended a parade and rally on the Capitol grounds on July 24 as part of the National Council on Independent Living’s (NCIL) annual national conference.  The parade and rally intended to draw attention from the public and legislators to the issues important to individuals with disabilities.  About a…

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AIM Art Show Celebrates the ADA Anniversary

The 2018 Abilities in Motion Art Show and ADA Celebration was held on July 26 at the Inn at Reading.  Dozens of artists with disabilities showcased their artwork and crafts during this annual event.  The talent in that banquet room was astounding! Many thanks to the artists for their work and talents!  Additional thanks to…

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AIM and the Big Cheese!

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Abilities in Motion staff members represented individuals with disabilities at the Big Cheese event at Penn State Berks on June 16, 2018.  This annual United Way event is the largest of its kind in the county and this year the Big Cheese packaged 500,000 mac and cheese and rice and beans meals for Berks County…

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GROW Class Starting

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GROW Class Starting – June 26 GROW (Gaining Realistic Opportunities to Work) is a program designed to assist individuals with disabilities who are looking for a job. The program runs for four weeks covering topics such as: Self-Concept Affirmative Action Section 503 Building a Resume Communication Job Searching/Networking Interview skills GROW Sessions: Tuesdays and Thursdays –…

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Teens Ride Assisted Riding Program

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Teens Ride Assisted Riding Program Teens, from 16 to 21 years old, with disabilities are invited to participate in a remarkable program introduces them to the gentleness and majesty of horses.  Teens with disabilities who want to learn to groom a horse, handle a horse, properly ride horses, and learn about a farm and how…

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Info on Community HealthChoices Managed Care

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Community HealthChoices Managed Care Community HealthChoices (CHC) is a mandatory managed care program for many Pennsylvanians, including individuals who receive Medicaid long-term services due to income and disability.  CHC’s major principals are in line with the goals of Abilities in Motion (AIM) – to allow people to receive services in their communities, teach them the…

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