AIM Program

The Achieving with Individualization and Modification (AIM) program at Eldorado is an Intensive Learning Classroom. This program is designed for students who have autism and need significant accommodations or modifications to the curriculum along with the support of a behavior analyst to shape behaviors toward learning. Students work on a combination of academics, social skills, communication, physical motor skills, and daily living skills both inside and outside the general education setting with a focus on developing skills to support them in an inclusive environment. The AIM program is staffed with one teacher and four paraeducators to support students, as well as a support team including a BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst), a speech language pathologist, an occupational therapist, a physical therapist, and a school psychologist who collaborate to develop programming to build on students' strengths and support their individual needs.

Eldorado offers both Elementary and Middle Level AIM programs.

AIM Staff (Elementary)

Christa Moore

Job Title: Teacher
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AIM Staff (Middle Level)

Jeanne Brauch

Jeanne Brauch

Job Title: Special Ed Para
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Kate Duff

Kate Duff

Job Title: Special Ed Teacher
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Erika Esbensen

Job Title: Special Ed Para
Email:
Susi Gardner

Susi Gardner

Job Title: Special Ed Para
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