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proval of a certificate of need
to move the 212-bed Borman
Hall to West Bloomfield.
A separate certificate
allowing the Home to move
100 Prentis Manor beds to
Maple-Drake is being con-
tested in court.
JHA officials unveiled
their wish list for care for
the Jewish elderly after the
state issued the long-
awaited certificate,
culminating a four-year
battle with state regulators.
"There is a new direction
for the Jewish Home for
Aged," JHA Executive Vice
President Alan Funk said.
"We are looking for ways to
deal with needs for our
residents more specifically.
We want to move away from
being an old-age home,
which is a misnomer, and
become a geriatric center."
The care system will in-
corporate housing, recrea-
tional and transportation
programs, and would supply
additional, stronger health-
care services. The JHA also
will assist those elderly per-
sons living alone who desire
support services. Home-
based services will be phased
into the program for elderly
living in their homes or
apartments.
A range of day-care pro-
grams and a transportation
system also will be con-
sidered.
Although the JHA was
founded primarily as a place
for poor, Jewish elderly to
live, the new system will
place emphasis on the for-
profit sector. Funk said he
hopes 30 percent of its
residents will be private pay
candidates, thus defraying
costs and better enabling the
Jewish community to care
for the poor.
"We want to increase the
number of private pay
residents," Funk said. "That
will help keep the deficit
(just under $1 million)
manageable."
The facility will include
155 beds for those people re-
quiring skilled nursing care,
30 beds for patients with
Alzheimer's Disease, a 20-
bed short term rehabilitation
unit, a 2 0-bed gero-
psychiatric unit for evalua-
tion and short-term treat-
ment of elderly with mental
illness, a 20-bed acute care
or geriatric hospital unit and
five suites for residents in-
terested in deluxe nursing
home services.
Six-hundred elderly are
expected to live on the
Maple-Drake campus in one
of four facilities — the
Home, the Fleischman
Home for Aged, Hechtman
Phase I and the soon-to-be-

planned Hechtman Phase II.
Earlier this month, the West
Bloomfield board of trustees
approved a conceptual
design for the 98-unit
Hechtman Phase II, to be the
first Federation Apartment
non-government subsidized
unit.
Federation Apartments
Executive Director Helen
Naimark said she does not
know when Phase II will be

The new home is 4
years away.

completed. She now is study-
ing financing options.
"Now that we have the
certificate of need, we will
work together, share and co-
operate to serve all the aging
community," Naimark said.
"We will start the ball roll-
ing now. We want to be pro-
active and not reactive."
Sinai Hospital Ad-
ministrator Robert
Steinberg said he, too, is set-
ting up meetings with JHA
representatives.
"Sinai will play a role in
this," Steinberg said. "We
will try to furnish to the
Home any medical backup
they need and will assist in
any way possible to make
this work." 0

JPM Seniors

Plan Activities

The Senior Adult Depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center's Jimmy Pren-
tis Morris building will hold
an erev Shabbat program
12:30 p.m. May 25 in Jaffe
Hall. Cantor Max Shimansky
will lead the service. Art
Class with Harriet Gelfond
from 9 a.m. to noon, in room
11. Yiddish Reading Circle
10:30 a.m. to noon, in Room
4. Love of Learning 12:30
p.m., in Room 4.
May 27 — A concert by the
JPM Senior Adult Choir with
director Vivian Stollman and
accompianist Sonny
Lipenholtz, 2 p.m. in Jaffe
Hall. There is no charge but
ticket reservations are
required.
May 28 — Memorial Day —
The Center will be closed.
May 29 — Frances
Weinberg will review A
Woman of Substance at 11
a.m. in room 4. Rabbi Arnold
Sleutelberg of the
Troy/Traverse City Congrega-
tions will speak at the Get-
ting To Know Your Jewish
Community Leaders lecture,
1 p.m. in Assembly Hall. Part
two of Modern Times will
follow at 1:45 p.m.
May 30-31 — Shavuot —
The Center will be closed.

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