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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-19

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Federation and U-M Join for Survey on Aged Needs

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Persons age 60 and over
in selected Oakland county
suburbs may be called upon
shortly to take part in a
community survey of their
needs for services.
The survey aims to assess
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Welfare Federation and the
University of Michigan,
will investigate the needs of
elderly Jewish persons liv-
ing independently.
The survey aims to assess
respondents' knowledge
and use of community serv-
ices designed for senior citi-
zens. They also will be
asked about types of com-
munity services for which
they perceive a need and
that are presently not
available.
From survey results,
planners and policy-
makers will be able to de-
velop guidelines for the
development or expan-
sion of those services that
would enable older
adults to continue living
in their own homes.
Responses can also pro-
vide data for community
and government leaders in
their efforts to introduce
and influence changes in
the legislature relevant to
older age groups.
The survey sample of the
people to be interviewed
will be developed by the
University of Michigan,
School of Public Health,
Department of Epidemiol-
ogy.
The interviews will be
conducted by trained
volunteers who have
been chosen from the
ranks of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation's
Women's Division and
the Sinai Hospital Guild.
Ellen Labes, president of
Women's Division and
Dolores Farber, vice
president; Joyce Sher-
man and Donna Macklin,

co-chairmen of Federa-
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task force committee;
Leah Snider, president of
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and Marjorie Federman,
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month.
Some limited Soviet
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come later this year if Egypt
allows the Soviets •to re-
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The late Egyptian
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Interviewing will begin
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information collected will
be held in strictest confi-
dence.

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