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We are excited to announce that we have officially moved to our new headquarters at 755 Hiesters Lane in Reading, PA! Our new location marks an exciting chapter in our journey, providing us with expanded opportunities to innovate and serve our community. The fully accessible building offers space for onsite programming, future growth, and community partnerships.

We have a 2400-square-foot technology space tailored for individuals with disabilities. Here, they can explore and engage with computers, 3D printers, gaming consoles, virtual reality systems, STEM opportunities, and more! We also have a café that is a space to provide a safe, educational, and supportive working environment for those who may find gaining outside employment challenging and oftentimes, uncomfortable. This will also be a gathering space where people with all abilities can come together for support and fun!


Helping People with Disabilities

Live Independent, Self-Determined Lives.

Serving Berks County and surrounding communities since 1989.


We're Berks County's Center for Independent Living, dedicated to helping people with disabilities live independent lives.

Programs & Services

We offer a wide spectrum of programs and services to meet the needs of our local disability community.



Current and accurate information is vital in obtaining prompt connection to needed services and to promote accessibility in local communities.



We host events year round, from community outreach to fundraising, to promote our mission of helping individuals with disabilities to live independently.


Stay on top of the pulse of conversations surrounding disability by tuning into our podcast and monthly BCTV show. Learn what we're up to in the news and our original articles.



Connect with us on social media, join our Disability News & Resources Facebook group, or give us a call with your questions. We want to hear from you!



Since 1989, Abilities in Motion has been offering services, education, and advocacy for individuals with disabilities in Berks County and throughout Pennsylvania.  AIM’s purpose is reflected in the Rehabilitation Act, which states that “disability is a natural part of the human experience and in no way diminishes the right of individuals to live independently, enjoy self-determination, make choices, contribute to society, pursue meaningful careers, and enjoy full inclusion and integration in the economic, political, social, cultural, and educational mainstream of American society.”

Consumer Success Stories

"Thanks to the programs and staff, AIM helped me be the best ME!  AIM taught me about myself!  I worked on self-discipline and how to look after one another.  I got a job thanks to the skills I learned at AIM.  I recommend AIM to anybody!"

Payton C.

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"Thanks to AIM I have learned vital life skills like budgeting, household chores, and cooking. This has led me to live a more independent life."

Guy L.

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"I had nothing but a wonderful experience with AIM! After a tragic accident with someone in my family, we were crushed. Abilities in Motion stepped in helping with employment services."

Monica Y.

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