Making your loved one's life better

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Residential programs for people with multiple disabilities are what AMIB does with love, patience, and expertise. We recognize that people with disabilities are "Can Do" people.

  • They can care for themselves and make important choices
  • They can work and, with assistance, find useful employment
  • They can share their talents
  • They can enjoy their interests, such as shopping, attending worship services, and participating in entertaining activities

At AMIB, we do all we can to make your loved one’s life better.

AMIB Highlights

  • 6th group home recently opened in Howell. AMIB currently serves 34 individuals in Ocean and Monmouth counties
  • 1st self-directed day habilitation services established for the four women at Howell home
  • Mary Ann Miller (Forked River home) received the Cochran Award for her progress in self-advocacy, independence, and community integration
  • Pam O'Dell (Residential Relief Manager, Brick home) received the 3rd annual Caregiver of the Year award for her dedication and devotion to AMIB, its residents, and staff
  • Evelyn Burns and Peggy Sherman (both of the Bayville home) were honored for 20 years of dedicated service to AMIB residents
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