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October 29, 1993 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-29

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From first kicks to first steps, Beaumont delivers on s

When you have your baby, you want the best care. We think
that care should continue after you leave the hospital.
At Beaumont, Royal Oak it does.

We offer a complete range of prenatal classes, a 24-hour hotline to
obstetrical nurses after you go home, and a Parenting Program
volunteer — someone you can call anytime with questions about
your baby. Your volunteer will also make home visits during the
first six weeks. Later, you can join a Parenting Program support
group with other new parents.

For Monika Jahnke, the support made the difference.

"I feel blessed to have Shane. The first few
days at home were difficult, but [parenting
volunteer] Melinda was such a good listener.
She gave lots of positive reinforcement.
Melinda and Beaumont's Parenting Program
taught me to trust my instincts, and that's what
every mother needs to hear.

The Parenting support group is just great. We give each other
reassurance. I would recommend Beaumont to all future moms.
Thanks for all your help


Beaumont, Royal Oak — Michigan's
most comprehensive obstetrical service
in one convenient location.

We'd like to tell you more.

Call us at

do these people have in common?
What do

They have all participated In National UJA Young leadership Washington Conferences.

Put yourself In the picture this gear!

Join us for the 9th National UJA Young leadership Conference
March 20 - 22, 1994, Washington, D.C.

• Learn more about Israel's pursuit of peace with its Arab neighbors.

• Participate in briefings by White House and State Department
officials, and meet personally with your Senators and Member of Congress.

• Gain a fresh perspective and exchange views with
renowned Jewish scholars from around the world.

• Enjoy gala celebrations and parties with new and old friends.



Come to an information meeting featuring

Mark Talisman


Founding Vice-Chairman, United States Holocaust Memorial Council


Thursday, November 4, 1993 — 5:30 p.m.
Adat Shalom Synagogue,

29901 Mlddlebelt Road, Farmington Hills

Contact Jenifer Adler at the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit for reservations, 642-4260, ext. 239.


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