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April 06, 1984 - Image 53

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-06

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After many years in an
institution, Reva came to live in
a Haverim Horne. She has taken
a sheltered workshop job and is
in a job training program. The
JARC staff is working with her
to learn more about
independent living... cooking,
banking, budgeting,
housekeeping, first aid,
shopping, all the little things
that make up day-to-day life. It's
these skills that will help Reva
reach her greatest potential.
One Week Of Skill Training
$70
For One Resident:

Help Us Save
More

JARC buys food in bulk to save
money. Plus, helpful supporters
donate furniture, equipment
and other household goods. A
step van would make picking
up, delivering, and distribution
easier, faster and more of a
money saver.
$18,000
Step Van:

SUPPLEMENT OF lift DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

One Door Means
Ping Pon And
Privacy

In one of our homes, the
basement has only one exit. In
order to use the basement Adult
Foster Care regulations stipulate
we must have two exits for
safety's sake. Adding a door
would mean use of the
basement for lots of recreational
fun, plus the additional privacy
space so needed in a home with
six adults.
Second Exit Installation:
$1,800

Living Alone And
Living Well

In JARC's Aaron and Helen L.
DeRoy Independent Apartment
Program, residents live in
supervised apartments. Rachel,
for example, had lived alone but
did not know how to use public
transportation, shop, use a
phone book, or even tell time.
She had no friends, and no
activities.
Since we've worked with
Rachel, she's learned to use the
SEMTA Connector bus system.
Although she can't read, we
devised a special calendar, with
stickers and clocks drawn on it
to help RaChel stay on time.
Rachel enrolled in the Job Club
at Jewish Vocational Service,
attends the Probus Apartment
Club, and now has a growing
network of friends.
The latest challenge Rachel
tackled is learning to do her
own grocery shopping. Help her
continue to grow.
One Week Of Service To A
DeRoy Independent
Apartment Program Client:
$54

On My Own

Harvey's greatest dream is his
own apartment. He has a job
and he even knows who he
wants for a roommate. What he
lacks is knowing how to prepare
his meals, do laundry and
budget his money. It takes
approximately 6-12 months to
train someone like Harvey to
move into his own apartment.
One Week Of Preparation
For Independent Living: $42

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