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October 11, 2002 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-11

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Dr. Stephen Kronberg, M.D.
Jackie Grabinski, P.T.

Announcing...The Trowbridge-Providence Hospital alliance.

We've added "on-site" professional medical services including a full-time doctor's office,
rehabilitation center and Activities of Daily Living lab staffed by Providence Physician
Dr. Stephen Kronberg, M.D., and Providence Rehabilitation Therapist Jackie Grabinski, P.T.

Dr. Stephen Kronberg, M.D.

M - F: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. _

Jackie Grabinski, P.T.

M,W & F: 1:00 p.m.-5 p.m.

At The Trowbridge we continue to offer the full range of high-quality services that you have
come to expect, including fine dining, housekeeping, linen service, social events, chauffeured
transportation and so much more!

Call (248) 352 0208 for a personal tour and additional information.

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Michigan's LifeCare Community with Providence Hospital
Where Exceptional Service Is Our Standard

24111 Civic Center Dr., Southfield, MI 48034 • TDD for Hearing Impaired (800) 649 - 3777 • seniorliving.homestore.com/sr/thetrowbridge

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6644 Orchard Lake Road at Maple • West Bloomfield
248 855-1600
MON & THUR 10-9 TUE-WED-FRI-SAT 10-6 SUN 12-5

Community

Volunteers Aid
Older Adults

The Jewish Community Chaplaincy
Program, which provides religious, cul-
tural and spiritual support to frail
Jewish older adults living in care facili-
ties, and the Jewish Home and Aging
Services Guardianship program are
offering a series of volunteers training
sessions. Members of the community
who are volunteering or want to volun-
teer with older adults in care facilities
are encouraged to attend.
The next session will be 7-9 p.m.
Tues6y, Oct. 15, at the Fleischman
Residence in West Bloomfield. The
topic will be "The Needs of Care
Facility Residents." Ways of dealing
with the physical, social and spiritual
needs of older adults will be discussed.
Speakers will include Dr. Ruth Lerman,
geriatrician; Rabbi Avie Shapiro, JHAS
religious services consultant; and Gail
Greenberg, Jewish Experiences For
Families program coordinator for the
Agency for Jewish Education and a •
music therapist. The session is free of
charge.
To register, call Shirley Jarcaig, (248)
661-2999, by Monday, Oct. 14.

JCC To Host
Regional Forum

The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit will host the
Central Regional Conference of the
Association of Jewish Center
Professionals Dec. 8-10 at the JCC in
West Bloomfield.
The theme of the conferenCe is
"Embracing Our Community:
Connecting Through Outreach."
Participating JCC's include Ann Arbor
and Flint; Akron, Canton, Cincinnati,
Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo
and Youngstown, Ohio; Indianapolis,
Ind.; Louisville,. Ky.; Altoona and
Pittsburgh, Pa.
The conference schedule includes a
keynote speech by Steven M. Cohen, a
sociologist of American Jewry and pro-
fessor at the Melton Center for Jewish
Education at Hebrew University in
Jerusalem. There will be Jewish learning
sessions, workshops related to the theme
and kindred groups for JCC staff to
share ideas. A social event at Cranbrook
Educational Community in Bloomfield
Hills is planned.
Cost of the conference is $195 for
AJCP members and $220 for non-
members. For information or a registra-
tion packet, call Katie Marcus, (248)
432-5577.

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