AIM provides community-based work assessments, benefits advisement, self-advocacy training, and job skills training such as resume building and practice interviews.

Our employment specialists help people with disabilities develop work skills and connect with local employers. We also provide job training and support.

AIM provides community-based work assessments, benefits advisement, self-advocacy training, and job skills training such as resume building and practice interviews.

A two-week work readiness program covers work-related daily living skills, appropriate workplace conduct, employer expectations, effective communication, goal setting and more.

We build relationships with area employers who hire people with disabilities and arrange work-based learning for students, work experiences and job placements.

Our employment specialists provide on-site job coaching and ongoing supports as needed to maintain employment.

For more information, contact AIM Employment Specialist Supervisor Lori Wheeler.