AIM stands for Accelerating Illuminating Magnifying my full potential
Limitless Possibilities (AIM) mission is to ignite one’s potential to strive to reach their individual potential at their pace.
Clinical Mentoring, Tutoring and Wrap-around Services
With the current pandemic, and other societal issues that are present our YOUTH needs someone to speak with, we are ready to assist our youth and families. Not everyone requires therapy but a coach to keep them motivated, accountable and encouraging one to master those personal goals. Clinical mentoring will also assist youth with developing/managing social skills, communication skills, and supporting our youth on their path of setting and mastering their goals. Mentoring is a valuable tool for developing our most important asset, our people. A successful mentoring process depends on the partners sharing common goals and expectations, having a commitment to the mentoring practice, and giving and receiving trust and respect.
Both the mentor and the mentee give and grow in the mentoring process. You, the mentor, have the opportunity to review your accomplishments and challenges as a reminder of lessons learned. In sharing your expertise, you are leaving a legacy and guiding another’s career path. This also gives you an opportunity to review and re-energize your personal career goals.
The clinical mentor role is to be present by taking an active, caring, and supportive role by working closely with the mentee to provide modeling, guidance, training, coping & social skills support, and meeting goals that are identified on the mentee’s development plan.
- We work with mentees on treatment and personal goals.
- We assist with helping mentees maneuver through life with positive outcomes, even during difficult situations.
- We do not judge and we meet the mentee where they are at (we work on building the foundation for an appropriate relationships with mentee and their family(support group/team)
The role of the tutor is listed below.
- Reviewing classroom or curricula topics and assignments
- Assisting students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, research and other academic tasks
- Working with students to help them understand key concepts, especially those learned in the classroom
- Teaching skills to improve academic performance, including study strategies, note-taking skills and approaches to answering test questions
- Demonstrating academic best practices for specific subjects and assignments, including research and writing tactics
- Conducting practice tests to track progress, identify areas of improvement and help set goals for exam preparation
- Providing students positive and constructive feedback
We build and help create appropriate support systems for clients. We meet clients where they are (home, community, school). We also work on clients’ treatment plan and coping skills for the clients to live their best and happy life.
Wraparound is a team-based planning process intended to provide individualized, coordinated, family-driven care to meet the complex needs of children, youth and families who are involved with various child and family serving systems who are at risk of placement in institutional settings, and who may experience emotional, behavioral, safety, or mental health difficulties. The wraparound process brings families, providers, and key members of the family’s social support network together to collaborate to build a customized plan of care that responds to the unique needs of the child and family. By bringing people together from different parts of the family’s life, the family team drafts a plan of care driven by the youth and family that include the family vision, strengths and needs, with the goal of keeping the family together, safe and in the community or least restrictive setting possible. Team members then implement the plan and continue to meet regularly to monitor progress and tailor the plan to meet the changing needs of the family.
Wraparound follows a series of steps to strengthen and support families and help them realize their hopes and dreams. With assistance of facilitators, often referred to as Care Coordinators, along with parent professionals, often referred to as Family Partners, the team works together toward a unified vision and creation of a plan of care.
How are services paid for?
- Private Pay
- Credit Cards
Call : 703-201-4460