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June 30, 1995 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-30

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State Gives Home
A Passing Grade

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RUTH LITTMANN STAFF WRITER

T

he Michigan Department
of Public Health on June
20 completed a full inspec-
tion of Menorah House, the
Privately run alternative to the
/Jewish Home for Aged's former
facility in Detroit, Borman Hall.
Lois Hawver, acting MDPH li-
censing officer, said Menorah
House in Southfield showed sub-
stantial improvement over re-
sults from its last full inspection
in September 1994.
"Staffing,'s better than ever,"
responded David Hayes, Meno-
rah House administrator. "We
have a pretty good and stable
workforce in place. There is nev-
er enough (staff), but that's an
ongoing struggle in our business.
Everyone would like to have a
one-to-one resident/staff ratio,
but that's not possible."
Five state inspectors found the
quality of care at Menorah House
,has increased since the home
',changed hands last fall. Although
the survey lists no level A viola-
tions — the most serious code in-

fringements — it details areas
calling for special attention.
"The results will show that we
had quite a number of deficien-
cies," Mr. Hayes said. "But I was
very encouraged to hear that the
deficiencies that inspectors men-
tioned resulted in no negative
outcomes for the residents."
The MDPH report called for
better documentation, assess-
ment and charting. It also cites
rehabilitative and restorative
care as areas needing improve-
ment. Mr. Hayes says his staff
will fine-tune the system and put
the state's orders into action.
Meanwhile, the Jewish com-
munity continues its involvement
with the operation. The auxiliary
of the Jewish Home for Aged rims
the gift shop and snack bar. Vol-
unteers, including schoolchildren,
visit the elderly residents and help
facilitate programming.
"I think the community is do-
ing a good job," Mr. Hayes says.
"And I think we're being well-re-
ceived." ❑

Gelberman, Ruthie Goldberg,
Eileen Gross, Leah Irons, Esther
Landsman, Leah Lauer, Rachel
Levin, Susan Levitin, Maxine
Lieberson, Yehudis Rabinowitz,
Sarah Radner, Naomi Ribiat,
Reva Rivlin, Ezra Roberg, Chana
Rosen, Kathy Rosenzweig, Rab-
bi Binyomin Rothstein, Chaya
Leah Rothstein, Rosemary
Schimmel, Rabbi Chaim Schloss,
Chanie Schwab, Carol Seligson,
Esther Sherizen, Dobi Simcha,
Sharon Smith, Batya Snider,
Chana Solway, Ayala Sperka,
Chaya Sora Stein, Cheryl Stoll-
man, Sarah Wayntraub, Chavie
Weingarden.

An Apple
For Your Teacher

Just because school is out and summer is in full swing does not
mean your favorite religious-school teacher should be forgotten.
Take a few minutes and think about who that teacher may be
and then call The Jewish News. Tell us why we should feature
your favorite teacher in an upcoming back-to-school supplement.
This isn't a homework assignment. Just pick up your phone be-
fore July 10. Dial (8101 354-7123, Ext. 310, and leave us a mes-
) sage with your name, age and phone number, along with your
teacher's name and school, and why you think he/she should be
highlighted. ❑

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Bais Yaakov
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The following are the names of
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cob School For Girls teachers
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