Read our 2021 Highlights below or view the pdf here.
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’…
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…
AIR is extremely thankful for all of our volunteers – from the teens who help at various events, our AIR Dogs: Paws for Minds therapy dog teams who visit thousands of people each year, to our board members and advisory board who give their time to help us fulfill our mission. We could not have…
Some of our AIR Dogs: Paws for Minds Therapy Dogs showing their Halloween spirit and fall fun.
Grateful to the AIR Dogs: Paws for Minds volunteers who shared their pups with some students in Hopewell Valley schools.
AIR attended the Wellness Fair at JP Stevens High School.
Spent a great afternoon at Ludus Performance Gym sharing the message of mind and body health.
Attitudes in Reverse had the pleasure of attending Montgomery High Schools varsity field hockey game dedicated to Mental Health! We brought Cooper and he was a huge hit! Thank you to all who attended and donated to the collection! The girls raised $206 for AIR!!
Attitudes in Reverse and the AIR Dogs: Paws for Minds therapy dogs bring the powerful In Their Shoes exhibit to the students of Hudson County Community College. Assemblywoman Annette Chaparro attended the event.