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for contributing to ARECIL's AT Program.
Rights·Equality·Quality of Life
Re-Entry: Who we are and what we do...
Active Re-Entry's Main Office at
10 South Fairgrounds Road
in Price, Utah 84501
Voice/TTY: 1 (435) 637-4950
Active Re-Entry is a community based program which assists individuals
with disabilities to achieve or maintain self-sufficient, productive lives
and live independently within their own communities.
Some of our programs include: help in
attaining assistive technology (wheelchairs, ramps, emergency call systems);
training for those losing their sight; caregiver and grief support groups;
PAWS Animal Therapy Program; SCOODEO - a nationally recognized safety training
program for those who have no other means of transportation than an electric
scooter; PERKIE Travels - a coordinated cancer treatment transportation
system to help get people to the Utah Valley area for their radiation treatment;
nursing home diversion and transition programs and other programs.
Active Re-Entry serves the seven counties
of Eastern Utah -- Dagget, Duchesne, Uintah, Carbon, Emery, Grand and San
Juan -- just over 27,000 square miles.
are committed to promoting the rights, dignity, and quality of life for
all persons with disabilities. We offer
many services and resources or can help guide to other service providers.
Please feel free wander around our website and to contact us.|
PAWS 2014 Calendar - A furry friend a day!
Keep track of the important dates in
your life and support a great cause at the same time. The colorful 2014
PAWS Calendar is packed with great photographs of the PAWS animals doing
what they do best, sharing their love with and giving support to children
Proceeds from the sale of the PAWS Calendar
go to support this outstanding program that has volunteers throughout Carbon
and Emery Counties. PAWS is not a line item of some government ledger...
proceeds from this calendar go to such things as therapy animal registrations,
identification and training.
This dedicated four legged support team
and their equally dedicated volunteer humans share their love at places
like the Price City Library, local schools and regional care centers. They
give joy and comfort to all they come in contact with and they might as
well give joy and comfort to you every day of the year.
Calendars can be purchased for $15 at
the Active Re-Entry office or sent through the mail by calling (435) 637-4950.
Do your part and support this worthy cause with PAWS.
are we doing?
We wanna know! Do you like us? Do you dislike us? Are we serving your
needs? Where can we improve? Your input helps us plan our programs for the
Please download this short form, fill
it out and get it back to our offices. It can be submitted anonymously if
you want. Or you can call us if you need assistance and want to fill it
out over the phone.
Consumer Satisfaction Survey
Re-Entry's two books...
Eastern Utah Recreation Access: A
Guide For Persons With Disabilities
Active Re--Entry's Outreach Specialist/AT
Technician Chris Haycock spent a portion of his VISA Volunteer term conducting
ADA assessments on all Federal and State Parks in Southeastern Utah, Information
contained in this guide includes: accessibility of trails, campgrounds,
view points, visitor center, parking areas and restrooms. To purchase your
copy of this 48 page color document, please sent $24.95, plus S&H for
a copy. If you purchase three or more copies they are $19.95 plus S &
THE GOLDEN RULE: Animal Assisted
Activities in Educational Environments
Local School Psychologist, Amy Bell and
Active Re-Entry Director Nancy Bentley have co-written a book entitled "The
Golden Rule" based around 'Lessons and Ideas On Utilizing Animal Assisted
Activities with Dogs In Schools and Classroom Settings.'
The purpose of this book is to provide
a resource for professional who are working with children in educational
settings. Both Amy and Nancy, having spent an inordinant amount of time
researching curriculum and strategies in using animals in education, discovered
that there was very little to be found that was specific to that type of
The hope in putting the book together
is to provide a curriculum on a variety of subjects, both social and academic,
that can be used as a starting place in implementing Animal Assisted Activities
(AAA) and Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) in school settings. These books
are available for sale for $24.95 (includes shipping and handling... or
$20 if you pick up your copy at Active Re-Entry.
Contact ARECIL to obtain your copies.