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February 03, 1989 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-03

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Life at Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza
is filled with Jewish tradition

West Bloomfield's Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza
is the Jewish retirement community. The facility offers
distinctive assisted living in a secure environment offering
peace of mind to those
no longer wishing
all of the obliga-
tions involved
in maintaining
their own
home.

Furnished rooms have twin beds, ample personal storage
space, a sitting area, bathroom with shower, linens and
towels, and cable television. Unfurnished rooms are also
available. The building is handicapped-equipped. Personal
care assistance and transportation are provided.

Daily minyans, Shabbat and
holiday services, led by the
staff rabbi and volunteers
are held in the Fleischman
Residence sanctuary
located in the Blumberg
Plaza.

Three daily meals are fresh-
ly prepared and cooked in a
supervised kosher kitchen.
Residents are served in
Blumberg Plaza's super-
vised kosher dining room.

Structured programming, including exercise classes,
movies, social events, performances and out-trips, is
available to residents on a daily basis. A social worker is on
staff.

Fleischman Residence Blumberg Plaza features a
traditional Jewish environment, beautiful surround-
ings, privacy, activities, services, and the support of
the community for a state-of-the-art non-profit
Jewish home for aged.

For applications, please call 661-2999.

JEWISH HOME FOR AGED

Edward I. and Freda Fleischman Residence
Louis C. and Edith B. Blumberg Plaza
6710 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48322

Carol Rosenberg - Administrator

Louise Pilchik - ACSW, Social Worker

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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