How do I know if AIM is right for me?

Bud Welborn - Lakeway


  • Must have an intellectual and/or developmental disability (i.e. TBI, Down Syndrome, Autism, etc.)
  • Must function relatively independently and be able to engage in group activities without an individual aide or attendant
  • Must want to actively participate in the AIM community
  • Must be able to follow established Behavioral Guidelines
  • Must behave in a cooperative manner without being a danger to self or others
  • Must provide their own independent living supports
  • Must have family members willing to be hands-on with their AIMer and the AIM community
  • Must interact with other potential participants over an extended period of time prior to joining the program to determine if they are indeed compatible.  Compatibility among participants is essential to ensure a vibrant community.

2019 Sponsors & Donors

AIM at a Glance

We extend our heartfelt thanks to our Sponsors and Donors for making independence possible for those we serve!

Making Independence Possible

Tutus and Ties Fun Run

October 6, 2019

Lakeway City Park

Click on our "Events" page to learn more!

Adults Independent and Motivated

Adults Independent and Motivated (AIM) is a growing non-profit community of active adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, such as Down Syndrome and Autism, who live independently, with appropriate support, in an apartment complex in a walkable, vibrant suburb of Austin, Texas.