oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services


Accessible Instructional Material Center (AIM)

A young girl reads a children's book in braille.

The AIM Center maintains a central depository of braille and large print textbooks and other specialized instructional materials for loan to Oklahoma students who cannot use regular print.

The AIM Center also maintains the Federal Quota Registry of blind and visually impaired children. The Registry is important because it draws federal funding to help states provide accessible instructional materials.

Who does AIM serve?

The program serves children in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade who attend public and private schools in Oklahoma, or receive services from SoonerStart. Children who are eligible for this service are:

What services are available?

The program lends instructional materials for students to use as long as needed during the school year.

The Center does not duplicate services available from other sources.

Check out the AIM Brochure:

Brochure Standard Print  | Brochure Large Print  |  Brochure Braille