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Adults In Motion ~ EST. 2009
- Specialized & Accessible Program Spaces
- Large, Fully Equipped Kitchen
- Activities Hall/Gymnasium
- Strategically located
- Bright, Welcoming Atmosphere
- Sensory Room (Kitchener location)
Meaningful & Engaging Program Activities
With help from our volunteers and the community we are able to offer ongoing special program activities. We couldn’t possibly list them all but here are a few favorites:
- Music Program
- Cooking Program
- E-Waste Recycling Program
- Field trips
- Art Programs
- Yoga & ‘Boxercise’ Programs
- Drum and Rhythm Circle
- Grocery Shopping & Bus adventures
- Performances & Celebrations
- Special Ed Choir
- Special Guests and MORE!
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Professional & Highly Trained, Experienced Staff
Our staff team shares decades of combined experience working with the special needs community. Combined with their passion for improving the lives of our participants, their big hearts make them a perfect fit for the AIM Family!
At AIM we pride ourselves on providing services to individuals with a variety of interests & ABILITIES. We are a place of belonging, so don’t be shy – there’s someone here who can’t wait to be your friend.
Supported Community Inclusion Programming
Partnerships with local businesses and organizations enable participants to engage in work/volunteer placements to gain new skills, employment experience and make new social connections in the community.
Participants will enjoy prepping, serving and eating FREE lunch specials provided by AIM. Schedule to be provided.
For individuals still in high school, please contact us. We can discuss school holiday enrollment options, special pricing and transition planning (14+):
Winter break day program
March break day program
Summer & PD day program
Participants will be accepted based on meeting the following criteria and space being available at your chosen program location. Each AIM participant’s needs must be met by a 5:1 staff ratio and have independence in the washroom. AIM is unable to support aggressive or ‘running away/bolting’ behaviours in this setting.
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