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The missions of AIM is to support an individual's ability to make independent, self-directing choices through education, advocacy, information and referral. To meet its mission, AIM has three Values:
Respect: AIM respects and supports the self directed decisions of consumers;
Collaboration: AIM collaborates with all community stakeholders to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities; and
Team Focus: AIM uses the professional skills, talents and personal experiences of our expert co-workers and volunteers.
As an independent living center, AIM provides four core services: peer counseling, information and referral, independent living skills, individual advocacy and systems advocacy. These core services support many programs and services under the AIM umbrella, some of which are featured in this brochure. AIM turns no-one from its doors. All disabilities are welcome. There is no economic or other qualifying requirement. The Board of Directors and the staff of AIM are predominantly individuals with disabilites; they act then as peers to our consumers and have a fuller understanding of what it means to live the life of an individual with disability.
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