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it was in the beginning, but
after a while she would just
sit in her bedclothes in front
of the TV and was a very
unhappy woman," says Liss.
"We moved her to an apart-
ment complex that provided
some services hoping it would
broaden her social life and en-
courage her to be more active.
That worked for a while.
However, when her boyfriend
died, she stopped going for
meals and needed more
supervision."
Liss contacted JFS and they
helped place her mother in a
group apartment.
"Mother lives with two
other women in the apart-
ment," says Liss. "A house-
keeper comes every day to
clean and prepare their
meals. People come to the
apartment on a regular basis
to lead them in exercises, to
teach them how to make
jewelry, to run political
discussions. There's about
nine or ten living arrange-
ments like that in the build-
ing and they go on trips as a
group. Mother's been there
over a year now and likes it.
I know, because when it's
time for her to leave my
house, she says she's ready to
go home to her home."
For the elderly, moving trig-
gers fears of being dependent
on others for daily activities.
New ideas and change are
threatening and anxiety
makes it difficult to see op-
tions. Older parents are try-
ing hard to maintain a sense
of self while changes take
place all around them. My
mother's past and present
have become interchangeable
in the way she defines herself.
"I am who I've always been"
and "I'm not going to change
at this age" are lines that
have been played dozens of
times. ❑

One City — Many Dreams
The Detroit Zionist Federation in cooperattion with the Jewish Educators Coun-
cil is pleased to sponsor this contest and exhibition to help students deepen their
understanding of Israel in a creative way while sharing their artistic impression
with the community.

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Winners will be announced at our "YOM YERUSHALYIM CELEBRATION" on
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Affiliated Organizations: American Mizrachi Women • Americans for Progressive Israel • Associa-
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• Metropolitan Detroit Chapter of Hadassah • NaAmat USA • Religious Zionists of America
• Zionist Organization of America, Detroit District • B'nai B'rith Hale] Foundation, Wayne State
University • Michigan Students for Israel • Congregation Beth Achim • Congregation Beth Shalom
• Congregation B'nai David • Congregation B'nai Moshe • Temple Israel • Parents of North
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