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February 25, 1994 - Image 104

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MILLION HRH WHICH ROME

February 25 through March 19

problem, since many people
with developmental disabilities
do not drive. Finances also play
a part, since many individuals
are on fixed or limited incomes.
Ms. Levy said parental reac-
tions to their children's rela-
tionships run the gamut from
complete disapproval to whole-
hearted encouragement.
"Some parents want rela-
tionships for their children; they
feel they'd be happier, especial-
ly parents who are getting old-
er themselves," she said. "Oth-
er parents don't want their
children hurt or taken advan-
tage of, so they don't encourage
them to have relationships."
Some parents make objec-
tions for the same reasons par-
ents of non-handicapped people
oppose their children's partners,
such as religious differences or
personality clashes.
"Our clients may need more
support and guidance, but the
issues really aren't that differ-

ent — they just need to be ap-
proached in a different way,"
Ms. Levy said.
Part ofJARC's Independent
Living Program includes sup-
port and information about sex,
birth control, sexually trans-
mitted diseases and other re-
lated topics. Social workers and
counselors work with clients on
an individual basis according to
need.
"We don't offer judgment; we
offer information, choices and
options," said Ms. Levy. "In a
society where more relation-
ships are dysfunctional than
functional, I think in our popu-
lation its the reverse — maybe
because the support is there."
Handicapped Introductions
is a national dating service for
people with disabilities. To con-
tact the service, write or call:
Handicapped Introductions,
P.O. Box 1215, Manahawkin,
NJ 08050, (609) 660-0606.

RACHEL RUSKIN is the re-
cipient of the annual Sidney
and Bee Kalt Scholarship
awarded by Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses. Ms.
Ruskin, will go on Young
Judea's Year Course. A runner-
up scholarship was also
awarded to AARON AVER-
BUCH who will attend Project
Discovery.

SCHAVER on behalf of the
Morris and Emma Schaver
Foundation. The gift establishes
the Rebecca Katzman Frohman
Memorial Scholarship Fund for
piano studies.



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PROFESSOR MORTON
RABAN of Wayne State Uni-
versity and PROFESSOR
DANIEL KOST of Ben-Guri-
on University in Beersheva, Is-
rael, have been awarded a
research grant from the United
States-Israel Bi-national Sci-
ence Foundation (BFS). The
BSF program was initiated to
encourage international collab-
oration between scientists in the
United States and Israel. Ap-
plications are accepted from
Israeli scientists who apply to-
gether with a senior American
scientist who will collaborate in
the project. The grant, to sup-
port a joint research project in
organic chemistry, is awarded
for period of three years.

RAY M. KANTOR passed all
parts of the C.P.A. exam on the
first try. He graduated from
Michigan State University in
May, earning bachelor's and
master's of business adminis-
tration degrees. Mr. Kantor is
employed by Arthur Anderson
and Company in the audit de-
partment.

Wayne State University's De-
partment of Music received a
$25,000 gift from Southfield res-
ident EMMA LAZAROFF

Temple Israel
Seder Talk

Temple Israel will present Avi-
va Silverman as part of "An
Evening With..." series on 7:30
p.m. March 7. Ms. Silverman
will speak on "Everything
You've Ever Wanted to Know
About the Passover Seder."
Ms. Silverman is the family
program coordinator at the Hil-
lel Day School and has a mas-
ter's degree in Jewish Edu-
cation from the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary. Ms. Silverman
teaches Jewish values and
prayer at Hillel and has led a va-
riety of adult study groups with
the Detroit Jewish Community.

B'nai Moshe
Shabbat Dinner

The Shabbat Shaboom Pro-
gram of Congregation B'nai
Moshe will hold a Shabbat Din-
ner at Home March 4.
Participating families or in-
dividuals are asked to either
host a Shabbat dinner in their
home, or be a guest at another's
home.
Call the synagogue office,
788-0600, for information.

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