The Bistro offers a place to eat, and visit, and access the internet.
Learn more on the Bistro page.
Common Goods ProgramAiMHi collects and sells clothing and household items to Value Village. When items are picked up, AiMHi ‘Common Goods’ program sells them to Value Village stores, profits go toward AiMHi programs.
Learn more on the Common Goods Program page.
The purpose of the Community Options program is to teach skill development through participation in community oriented activities. This section of the program is where we are able to provide most of our bonus hours and assist people in participating in various community activities.
Learn more on the Community Options page.
Home Sharing is an amazing way to help others and give back to the community. Home Sharing Contractors offer people with a developmental disability a supportive living experience.
Learn more on the Home Sharing page.
Infant Development Program
The AiMHi Infant Development Program (IDP) has been in operation since 1979. The Infant Development Program services children from birth to three years of age who are at risk for, or who may have a delay in development.
Learn more on the Infant Development Program page.
Infinite Employment Service
Infinite Employment Solutions (IES) is a program that supports people to find meaningful employment within the Prince George and Mackenzie communities. IES matches job seeker’s skills, abilities, and capabilities to the employment needs of local businesses.
Learn more on the Infinite Employment Service page.
The Kitchen Program was designed to train and teach individuals we support how to work in the food industry. This program gives firsthand experience learning the skills needed for a food service career.
Learn more on the Kitchen Program page.
The Life Skills program offers training and support to adults who have a developmental disability and children who have special needs.
Learn more on the Life Skills page.
We believe that all people have the right to live, grow up and find employment in their own community. Living in an AiMHi home is one of the options available for adults who have a developmental disability and children and youth with special needs.
Learn more on the Residential Services page.
Skill Building Library
The Skill Building Library is open to anyone who can use items from our collection. We have things to help with specific skills; fine motor and social, but mostly they are just fun to play with. We also have some parenting resources.
Learn more on the Skill Building Library page.
Enter the magical world of SNOEZELEN…a wonderful blend of sights, sounds, textures, and aromas…an environment filled with fascinating visual displays that surround and absorb. Here, colourful objects beckon to be touched and admired.
Learn more on the Snoezelen Room page.