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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-08

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Are You Looking To Make A Difference?

We invite you to participate in our

"Caring Friends" Volunteer Training in Dementia Care

The Dorothy & Peter Brown Jewish Community Adult Day Care Program
enriches the lives of older adults with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.
As a trained volunteer at the Brown Centers, you can help participants enjoy
meaningful activities and nurturing relationships.

Our Volunteer Training Series is a practical learning opportunity for caring people.
By attending training sessions 1-4 you will earn a Volunteer Certificate in
Alzheimer's Care.

Session 1:
Session 2:
Session 3:
Session 4:

Learning About Alzheimer's Disease and Adult Day Care - Sept. 4

Facilitating Communication with the Person with Alzheimer's - Sept. 11

Understanding and Meeting Participant's Needs - Sept. 16

Being a "CARING FRIEND": Putting It All Together - Sept. 26

Sessions held 10-11:30 AM, Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza,
6710 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield (on the Eugene & Marcia
Applebaum Jewish Community Campus)

Session 5: (optional) Follow-up Session

(Date and location of session 5 to be announced)

To register, please call Dorothy Mantis, M.A., L.P.C., Volunteer Coordinator,
(248) 233-4392


" Caring Friends"

Realizing life's potential



Jewish Home &
Aging Services

4M7417,W14 :4,

We invite your family
to join our family

• Child-centered approach to learning

• An integrated Judaic and secular curriculum

• Experienced, loving staff

• Flexible scheduling

• Two convenient locations —
Southfield and West Bloomfield

For more information and an
enrollment application, call:
Rena Cohen in Southfield


Rena Weintraub in West Bloomfield


Beth Hayeled


Lisa & David Knoll, Hannah and Sydney

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