The AIM (Ability in Me) Program

We are kicking off this fundraiser on GivingTuesday which is being lead by AIM’s Community Connections Club as they work on their leadership, social, and management skills. Proceeds go to AIM (ABILITY IN ME) programming for children, youth, and young adults with Down syndrome to help individuals reach their potential through specialized support and services. 

Adults $15
Childrens $10

To purchase socks email for an order form. If you want your order for Christmas, your order must be in by December 3rd 12 noon.

*The ‘’Lots of Socks’’ campaign was begun by Down Syndrome International, an organization which encourages people to have informed conversations about diversity, uniqueness, inclusion and acceptance. It has been suggested that chromosomes look like socks. March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day. Join in celebrating our uniqueness by purchasing a colourful pair of socks on World Down Syndrome Day - or any day!


Since beginning services to the community in January of 2015, AIM has seen the number of learners grow from 42 to over 90. As part of GivingTuesday, we want to spread the word about our program. We know that there are families across the province who would benefit from our services that are unaware of our programs. Each year it is estimated that there are 19 babies born with Down syndrome in Saskatchewan. Last year, 9,363 babies with Down syndrome were born in North America. We are wanting to increase our Social Media presence by increasing our likes on our FB page with the hope to connect with more families and supporters.

You can help us by liking our FB encouraging your friends and families to also like and share.

The AIM Program is a non-profit Saskatchewan based organization located in Saskatoon. AIM is a solution that ensures individuals with Down syndrome have access to the services they require to reach their potential, but cannot be provided by an already stressed health and educational system. Services include speech and language therapy, inclusion strategies, literacy programming, music therapy and occupational therapy. Staff work collaboratively with parents and caregivers, as well as health and education professionals. No referral is required. 

To learn more about AIM go to

Thank you to each of our supporters and donors. Without your generous support, we could not be providing the specialized programming for individuals ages 0-22 with Down syndrome. Together we are making a difference!

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