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January 08, 1993 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-08

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ever the wonder of the Jewish family • Gain insight into children's behavior • Learn techniques to modify children's behavior • Enjoy each stage of your child's development • Laugh in the company of people who understand how you feel • m

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Winter/Spring
Courses

, YOU'RE GOING TO BE A JEWISH
ENT! (PC-#1)

oking forward to a new addition?
ere's your chance to learn about some
ur most important traditions.
ircumcision, baby naming, redemption
,e first born and health issues are but
few examples to be discussed. Ask the
pets the questions foremost on your
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lty: Rabbi Irwin Groner, George
um and Elissa Rosenfeld
ime: Tuesdays, 7:30 - 9:00 pm
ates: March 23, 30.
Lion: Applebaum Jewish Parenting
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0 Members*
$15 non-members

ITCHEN TABLE (PC-#2)

omings for Moms and their babies, birth
ough 15 months. Meet other women
ged in the challenge of contemporary
sitive parenting. This series will include
fai massage, dealing with health
ues, making decisions as a parent and
tical ways to record your family
story.

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Dates: Jan. 28, Feb. 4, 11, 24, March 4, 11
Location: Applebaum Jewish Parenting
Center
Fee: $25 member*
$30 non-member

INFANT MASSAGE (PC-#3)1127ab

A quiet time in the evening for Mom
and baby. Learn the beneficial effect of
infant massage for baby and mom. This is
your opportunity to discover an
additional and effective manner of
communicating with your baby —
through all the senses.

Faculty: Kathleen Joseph
Time: Thursdays, 6-7pm
Dates: Feb. 4 & 11
Location: Applebaum Jewish Parenting
Center
Fee: $10 members*
$15 non-members

Child development and health. Will I
ever sleep through the night again?
Bumps, bangs, bruises and emergency
room etiquette ( How to get in, get help
and get out fast.) This series will provide
you with information to help you cope
with the new issues and experiences that
every parent faces.

Faculty: Donna Pearlman, Elissa
Rosenfeld
Time: Sundays, 10:30am - 12 noon
Dates: Jan. 31, Feb. 28, March 21
Location: Applebaum Jewish Parenting
Center
Fee: $15 per couple member*
$20 per couple non-member

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INFANT & CHILD CPR AND FIRST AID
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Gain the skills that empower you to act
with confidence and knowledge in an
emergency. This class is designed for
parents as well as teachers and caregivers.
Participants will receive a Red Cross
certification card upon successful
completion of the class, as determined by
the instructor.



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Faculty: Kathleen Joseph
Time: Tuesdays, 6:30-9:30 pm
Dates: Jan. 19, 26, Feb. 2
Location: Applebaum Jewish Parenting
Center
Fee: $30 members*
$35 non-members
Materials fee additional

RAINBOWS - Living and Dealing with

Loss - Divorce, Separation or Death
(PC-#6)

This program is for children ages five
through sixteen in age appropriate
groups, and their parents coping with the
changes due to separation, divorce or
death in a family. When a parent dies, or
a divorce occurs, the child grieves in his
own way. Rainbows is designed to assist
the children to come to a healthy
understanding of what has happened to
the family.This is accomplished through
trained, nurturing adults in a secure
environment. The parent education
group focuses on parenting issues affected
by the changes in family dynamics such
as: stress on single parents; identifying
feelings; and positive parenting skills.
The parent group will meet at the same
time as the children.

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CLASS SIZES ARE LIMITED.
REGISTER NOW!

(Rainbows Cont'd)

Guests for parent class: Sandra Schwartz,
Linda Chastain
Time: Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30 pm
Dates: Jan. 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 23, March 2,
9, 16
Location: Applebaum Jewish Parenting
Center
Fee: $25 first child $20 additional child.
Includes: Family Fun Book and Wellness
Guide

FROM SHOEBOX TO SHOWCASE

(PC-#7)

Don't let your memories fade away.
Create lasting family memories by
learning how to organize your family
photos into keepsake family albums. This

Facilitators: Irma Starr and Renee Gerger

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