Attitudes in Reverse Therapy Dogs Make a Difference at Artis

Since July, Attitudes in Reverse has been visiting the 50 residents of Artis Senior Living in Princeton Junction on a weekly basis. “The importance of having a dog in memory care can be seen immediately,” said Sara Thompson, Director of Life Enrichment. “The moment a wagging tail walks through the door, smiles plaster on our residents’…

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Attitudes in Reverse Brings Awareness and Support to NJ Colleges

Student mental health is a growing issue on college campuses and has become more so since the pandemic started. The national Healthy Minds Study (HSM) shows that nearly seven million college students meet criteria for a clinically significant mental health problem. In April 2021, a survey by the American Council on Education reported 73 percent of college presidents…

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AIR’s Mission Extends to All Populations, including Active-Duty Military and Veterans

Since record-keeping on suicide among active-duty military members and veterans began after 9/11, the rate has been increasing over the past five years at an alarmingly steady pace and reached an all-time high in September 2021. More than 30,000 active-duty personnel and veterans who served in the military after 9/11 have died by suicide. This…

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