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Parenting Center
Programs Set

The Eugene and Marcia Ap-
plebaum Jewish Parenting
Center of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek will sponsor
evening sessions for moms
and their babies, birth
through 15 months. Meetings
will be Tuesdays, 7-8 p.m.
Aug. 24, 31, Sept. 7, 21, 28 at
the Parenting Center. There
is a fee.
The Parentina Center will
host moms and b babies for a
stroll. The walking group is
lead by aerobics instructor
Laurie Goldstein and will
begin and end with some ex-
ercise and stretching. Ses-
sions will be Wednesdays
9:45-11 a.m. Aug. 25, Sept. 1,
8 at the Parenting Center.
There is a fee.
Call Kimberly Steinberg,
681-5353, to reserve places.
The Parenting Cent will
offer a PSAT diagnostic at the
Parenting Center 6-8:30 p.m.
Aug. 30. The event is free; call
the Kaplan Educational
Center, 569-5320, to reserve a
place.
The Parenting Center will
hold a free informational
seminar for parents and
students 7:30 p.m. Sept.. 2, as
a follow-up to the PSAT
diagnostic testing.
The seminar is open to the
public. Call Kaplan Educa-
tional Center, 569-5320, to
reserve a place.

Beth Achim
Family Picnic

The men's club of Congrega-
tion Beth Achim will hold an
old-fashioned family picnic for
members 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug.
29 at Inglenook Park, 12 Mile
Road, Southfield.
Activities will include a
barbecue, a softball game and
other outdoor games and
activities.
There is a charge for the
barbecue. Call the synagogue,
352-8670, for reservations.

BB Network
Sets Party Night

The B'nai B'rith Young
Leadership Network will host
a night called "Partying,
Games and All That Jazz"
8:30 p.m. Aug. 28 at the
Village Green Clubhouse on
Franklin Road in Southfield.
The charge includes live
music, open bar and snacks.
An earlybird volleyball game
will begin at 8:30 p.m.
For information, call Stuart
Novick, 424-9642, or Ilene
Lubin, 353-9118.

Aging Information
for Seniors
Bonding
Relationships
Increase Life
Expectancy

Sandy Smith, MSW
Resident Services Coord.
Hechtman Federation
Apts.

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A 1988 study of 22,000 men
and women found people

with few friends or family
have a death rate from two to
four times greater than peo-
ple of the same age with bet-
ter family/friendship connec-
tions. Dr. James House of U of
M states "the mortality data
makes it very clear that peo-
ple who have many social
relationships have a longer life

expectancy than do those
with few."
Sometimes families and
friends are not available. They
live far away and with work
and other obligations might
not visit as often. An addi-
tional bonding source that is
often overlooked is the
human-animal bond achieved
with a pet.
The human-animal bond
does more than give us a
richer life. It is also a medically
sound prescription. Resear-
chers have discovered that
heart patients residing with a
pet have a greater survival
rate than those who do not
live with an animal.
A pet may be more impor-

tant for a senior than a child
as the opportunities to
receive and give affection are
usually very limited for the

elderly. A senior will benefit
from having a pet depend
solely on him/her for food, af-
fection and shelter. The owner
must make a concerted effort
to get out of bed in the mor-
ning even if just to feed his/her
bird, fish or cat. Pets also
serve as a stimulus for the in-
take of food for the owner as
well.
The human-animal bond is
an emotional link that once it
takes hold is nearly impossi-
ble to break. Life with a pet
becomes a shared ex-
perience. It consists of friend-
ship, companionship and
complete acceptance of each
other; a social dialogue that
encourages and promotes
longer life.

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For rental information call

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