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Voter Rights 101

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May 4th, 2019 is the next Election Day, are you ready? Abilities in Motion can offer FREE help to resolve many common voter registration issues.  Call to register and come in to see us on: March 22 & 27 and April 3 & 10 10 to 11:30 am AIM Headquartersat 210 N. 5th Street, Reading,…

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Abilities in Motion is HIRING!

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Abilities in Motion is hiring in YOUR area!!  We need Service Coordinators and Nursing Home Transition Coordinators in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, Bucks, and Schuylkill Counties. Please click here for more information on these exciting opportunities! Abilities in Motion is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The world is a diverse and wonderful place and we celebrate…

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NEW – Working Well Classes

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Working Well Class Series This session series of classes are for individuals with disabilities who are currently working or actively seeking a job. All sessions are on Thursdays from 1 to 3 pm. The class series is free to participants. Participants are encouraged to attend each session. Please contact Corrine Dietrich at 610-670-0010 x103 or…

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NEW – Living Well Classes

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Living Well Class Series This session series of classes are for individuals with disabilities who are interested in improving their overall wellness. All sessions are on Mondays from 1 to 3 pm at the AIM building, 210 N. Fifth Street, Reading, PA. The class series is free to participants. Participants are encouraged to attend each…

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Bearabilities Premieres at Boyertown Community Library

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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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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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Abilities in Motion Receives National Accreditation

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Reading, PA – Abilities in Motion (AIM) is proud to announce that it has received a three-year Accreditation for Long-Term Services and Supports from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).  This is the highest Accreditation that NCQA can confer. Voluntary accreditation by a national body like NCQA demonstrates that AIM’s Case Management program is…

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