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Program assists people living with visual impairments

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By Bob Henline
Focus writer

Active Re-Entry board member, Barbara Kontgas uses a check guide to sign documents.

Active Re-Entry offers several free programs to assist Carbon and Emery County seniors living with blindness and visual impairments. These programs are made possible through grants provided by the Utah State Division of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

The services currently offered include: teacher services, low vision clinic, orientation and mobility services, talking books and magazines, large print books, descriptive videos, newsline, support groups, and various group activities.

For more information regarding the services offered through Active Re-Entry, or to attend the one week orientation training program in October, please contact Merrilyn Farish at 637-4950.

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