Abilities in Motion FAQ
If you are certain that Abilities in Motion is your service provider, you may call 610-376-0010 to find out who your Service Coordinator is. We can also help you get in contact with your Service Coordinator. If AIM is not your provider, please call Maximus at 877-550-4227 for information.
A: Please see our Services tab.
A: If you are between the ages of 18-59, you may call Maximus at 1-877-550-4227. If you are age 60 or over, please contact your local Office of Aging.
Presuming you are eligible for services, this process may take five to 12 months from the very first phone call to the start of services. All of the paperwork – state and county applications and medical records – MUST be in order for this application process to be considered complete.
A: No problem. We can assist with searching for housing.
A: Yes. We can assist with setting up home care services prior to your discharge.
A: We will work with the nursing facility staff as well as home and community-based providers to ensure a safe and supportive care plan can be put together before discharge.
A: We can provide home evaluations with your therapist to determine what type of accessible home modifications may be needed.
A: Certain tasks related to setting you up as an employer, filing taxes, paying your worker, and obtaining workers' compensation insurance can be daunting to say the least. It is the role of the FMS Provider to make sure that all that is required of you in carrying out these tasks is done correctly. The FMS Provider is not the employer of your worker...you are.
A: The Consumer-Directed Model allows you to be the employer of the workers who provide your service. Your workers work directly for your and not for a homecare agency. This means you choose your worker, you hire your worker, you may terminate your worker and you schedule your worker for the assitance you need. You are in charge.
A: We do not find you housing. However, the CIL Department can provide you with a list of housing options and assist you with filling out paperwork when needed.
A: In some cases. Please call the CIL Department for more details.
A: Our Ticket to Work and GROW programs can assist and guide you in the job process. Contact the CIL for more information.
A: The CIL Department can possibly refer you to services that can help. We also have some durable medical equipment available through our Loan Exchange Assistance Program (LEAP).
A: PennDOT has a form that both you and your doctor can fill out. The form can be found here.
A: The CIL Department can refer you to services that can help or can provide available equipment in stock through our Loan Exchange Assistance Program (LEAP).