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November 02, 1973 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-02

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Centers for Elderly in Israel Increase With Aid of UJA Funds

TEL AVIV—The inaugura- various parts of the country,
tion of community service it was reported by Samuel L.
centers for the aged in Acre Haber, executive vice-chair-
and Afula by the Association man of the Joint Distribution
for the Planning and Develop- committee.
ment of Services for the Aged
The JDC was instrumental
during the summer has in- in establishing the associa-
creased to eight the number tion in 1969 and is providing
of such programs set up in half of its $8,333,000 five-
year budget, with United
Jewish Appeal funds.
Hospital Completed
The programs are design-
in Time for Wounded led to provide a broad range
NEW YORK — Just as the of health and social serv-
Yom Kippur War broke out, ices for the aged which will
the Eliezer Kaplan Hospital enable them to continue to
at Rehovot was putting the live in their normal environ-
finishing touches on its ex- ment.
The center, which served
pansion program. The staff
hurriedly put in order the formerly as one of the JDC/
four new operating chambers Malben homes for the aged,
and were ready to receive offers a variety of activities
`irst casualties from the for its 300 members—hobby
t'
groups, a chorus, courses in
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: front.
Originally a maternity hos-
pital with one-story pavi-
lions, the hospital plan was
altered radically by Kaput
Holim, Histadrut's medical
system, to serve the growing
needs of southern Israel.

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OPEN SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS-12-5

Hebrew and the Bible, folk-
dancing and social activities.
The professional staff in-
cludes a director, occupa-
tional therapist, a social
worker and instructors.
The community services
program in Afula in the heart
of the Jezreel Valley in the
north serves about 200 mem-
bers, Haber said. The local
association for the aged con-
ducts the program in the
community youth center dur-
ing morning hours when it is
usually empty. Here, the
members have a choice of
various programs or recrea-
tional activities and receive
refreshments.
Both centers play an im-
portant role in integrating
the country's different eth-
nic groups, Haber noted.

Proof of the success of the
day-care center program,
Haber said, is the growing
demand for centers to be
created in communities
which have no similar serv-
ices for the aged and in
other neighborhoods in cities
where they already exist.

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