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December 05, 1986 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-05

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dents mingle with those from
the Fleischman Residence lo-
cated on the same campus in
an adjoiningobuilding.
Fleischman Residence is
under the direction of the
Jewish Home for the Aged
and caters to semi-
independent seniors who are
generally alert. Residents
may have chronic illnesses
but should only need an aide
temporarily ,after hospitaliza-
tion. Canes and walkers are
acceptable.
For adults not living in
these settings but alone, or
with family, there are day
programs available at several
of the agencies. Borman Hall,
on West Seven Mile in De-
troit, has activities in which
they can participate. Borman
Hall is licensed under the
Jewish Home for the Aged.
Club Blumberg is utilized by
the public as well as the resi-
dents of Fleischman and
Hechtman, and is located in
the Blumberg Plaza.
One of the frightening
realities for many seniors is
social isolation. The Jewish
Family Service established
the volunteer drive program
and the Friendly Visitor pro-
gram to combat this phenom-
enon.
Other programs designed to
keep seniors tapped into the
world at large include:
Summer in the country —
a program organized through
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter and the Fresh Air Society
— is offered to senior adults
at the Butzel Conference
Center in Ortonville. In this
setting seniors may experi-
ence the outdoors and com-
panionship.
The Jewish Information
Service, located in the Ten
Mile branch of the Jewish
Community Center, is not
just for the elderly and, in
fact, a lot of the questions
they deal with are about
child care. Staffed mainly by
volunteers, the service pro-
vides information on all
kinds of topics, and occasion-
ally it will advocate for a
client.
The Jewish Family Serv-
ice's Homemakers Program is
available to elderly, and
others, who live at home. A
paid worker regularly cleans
and shops for participants in
this program. There is a
charge for the service.
Group apartments are or-
ganized for older people who
would otherwise be in nurs-
ing homes because they can-
not function alone without a
relatively strong support sys-
tem. These seniors don't
exactly fit into the category
of well elderly," but the
apartments are an example of
what the Jewish community
can do for its non-
institutionalized elderly. Cur-
rently, 19 adults are housed
in an apartment building in
the general community, usu-
ally three to an apartment.
Most pay for rent and the
services they receive.

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