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November 28, 1986 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-28

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Home For Aged Begins
Fleischman Lectures

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The annual meeting of the
Jewish Home for Aged, which
will be held Dec. 17 at 7:30
p.m. at Borman Hall, marks
the beginning of the Home's
80th year and will acknowl-
edge the establishment of an
endowment named in mem-
ory of Arthur Fleischman, a
former life member of the
board.
Mr. Fleischman served on
the Home's board from 1942
until his death last year. The
Arthur Fleischman Memorial
Lecture Fund has been
created by his family to bring
nationally recognized speak-
ers in the field of aging and
long term care to address the
board and community at an-
nual meetings.
Sheldon L. Goldberg,
executive vice president of
the American Association of
Homes for the Aging
(AAHA), Washington, D.C.,
will present the inaugural
address for the Arthur Fleis-
chman Memorial Lecture
Fund at the annual meeting.
Goldberg will speak on
"Megatrends", providing a
glimpse of what the future
holds for long-term care.
Since assuming the leader-
ship position at AAHA in
1982, Goldberg has developed
programs aimed to keep its
over 3,100 not-for-profit nurs-
ing homes, housing facilities,
retirement communities, and
community services for the
elderly potent social forces
through the next century and
competitive in the mar-
ketplace.
These programs encompass
several shared services, in-
cluding a national group pur-
chasing program, and a capi-
tal formation program to as-

Sheldon Goldberg

sist non-profit providers in -\
developing new facilities or
expanding existing ones.
Under his leadership, AAHA
has also developed certifica-
tion and accreditation proc-
esses for housing managers
and continuing care retire-__,
ment communities.
Prior to joining AAHA,
Goldberg served as executive
director of the Wisconsin
Association of Homes for the
Aging, and had formerly been
a budget policy analyst for
the Wisconsin Department of
Health and Human Services
and director of health and
human services for the Wis-
consin County Boards Asso-
ciation.
The community is invited,
however, reservations are
necessary. Call Laurie
Jonckheere, 532-7112, for
reservations.

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New Building

Gary Torgow, general
chairman of Machon L'Torah,
The Jewish Learning Net-
work of Michigan, announced
the purchase of the institu-
tion's new headquarters in
Oak Park.
The building, which is
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