Content Users are the individuals for which all prompting
content and devices are created. They may be individuals with or without
disabilities using prompting instructions at home for independent living
tasks, family home care providers providing health care support to a family
member, or new employees learning the tasks necessary for a new job in
their native language. Anyone who uses instructional content either personally
or to support another person to follow instructions, learn a new task,
or remember how to perform a task is a Content User. The main item of
interest to AIMS Content Users is the AIMS Task Library, where existing
tasks can be downloaded and used in any AIMS Ready player application.
The AIMS Library of instructional media is a free source
for instructional media created in accordance with AIMS standards so that
developers and users alike can download, and view and use content that
others have created. Not only is the repository good for getting ideas
of how to use prompting systems, but it can also be used to find relevant
tasks which can be downloaded and used immediatley without having to create your own content.
All uploaded tasks are checked by AbleLink staff for compatibility to
the AIMS guidelines and appropriateness before they are made available
online. Click here
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-Find AIMS Ready Players for multiple platforms.
-Learn about the history leading to the AIMS Standard.