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Activities Professional: Library Resources

"Activities professionals provide elderly and disabled clients opportunities to pursue social, mental, creative, spiritual and recreational activities."

Keywords and Subject Headings



In the WYLDCat (online catalog), you can try these terms -


Aged
Aging
Elderly
Geriatrics
Gerontology
Older people

Animals - therapeutic uses
Exercise for older people
Leisure -- social aspects
Lifelong learning programs
Older people -- services for
Older people -- recreation
Physical activity
Socialization
Theater and older people
Therapeutic activities

Reading Resources for the sight-disabled

Utah State Library for the Blind & Disabled

800-453-4293 Outside Utah
TTD 801-715-6721
Email: blind@utah.gov

The Utah State Library for the Blind and Disabled provides special public library services for people 
who are blind, visually disabled, physically disabled, and reading disabled. We are part of the 
Library of Congress network, the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically 
Handicapped, which has 56 regional and 93 sub regional libraries throughout the United States. 
The Utah Library for the Blind and Disabled has expanded to serve over 10,000 patrons in Utah and 
Wyoming with cassette, large print, and Braille service. Wyoming residents register and receive the 
special equipment through Wyoming Vision Consultants, and then receive books and other 
materials through Utah. 

Natrona County Public Library Bookmobile- (307)577-7323 ext. 102

National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS)- This link to the Library of Congress is full of information about library services for the sight-disabled, including audiobooks, audiobook players, and Braille reading materials.

GoWYLD Article Databases

These GoWYLD information resources are available to anyone holding a Wyoming library card. You may be asked for your card number and PIN when accessing these outside of a library.