Adult Training Facility – now A.I.M.

Bell’s licensed adult training facility offers a structured day program of diverse individualized activities designed for people from various living situations who are living with intellectual/developmental disability to enhance their quality of socialization and daily living skills.

Once located at the Cross Keys Village/Brethren Home Community in New Oxford, Bell’s ATF program had to take a temporary break when COVID-19 led “the Village” to close some of their buildings, setting us on the hunt for a new home.


The search for a new location resulted in some re-envisioning for the program, which included a name change. It will now be known as A.I. M., which stands for Always Include Me. The program reopens soon on Clover Lane in Hanover. An open house and ribbon cutting are slated for Friday, July 1.

As a licensed adult training facility, the A.I.M day program supports individuals in increasing their independent living skills through a wide choice of physical, musical and social activities. Individuals are provided with the opportunity to experience community events through regular trips, movies, volunteering, and shopping.


Formerly located on the campus of the Brethren Home in New Oxford (until June 2020), the ATF program anticipates reopening soon in the Hanover location with its regular hours Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  Call the main Bell office for more information at 717-848-5767.