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February 06, 2004 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-06

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Why is it so difficult to'bring up
the idea of a senior community?

In a word, dignity. How do you tell your mom (or dad, or aunt, or grandparent)
that you think it might be time for them to move into a senior living community?
Will they be insulted, will they "resent me," or will you just feel guilty?

families three to five years, to ensure a
solid family foundation.
Healthy Start/Healthy Family
Oakland is a fully credentialed collabo-
rative program servicing Oakland
County since 1994. Nine health and
human service providers led by St.
Joseph Mercy Oakland provide these
services in order to promote healthy
child growth and development and to
strengthen families.
This program, tailored to the
Orthodox community, is made possible
by* a grant from the Jewish Fund.
For more information, contact Leslie
Cohen, (248) 559-1500m ext, 204.

At Sunrise Senior Living, preserving dignity is one of our Principles of Service.
It's what has driven us for over 20 years. Today, Sunrise provides a broad range
of lifestyle, service and care options designed to give both seniors and their
families choices, allowing seniors to live life on their terms.

Whether you're thinking about our Assisted. Living or Alzheimer's Care
program, Sunrise can help you find the life that best suits the needs of your
senior. We could even help you feel better about bringing the subject up.
Visit or call today to find out more about how we preserve dignity.

Call today for a personal tour.

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ZOA Announces
Scholarship Grants

Scholarship grants to students planning
to go on educational programs for a
year to Israel will be offered by the
Zionist Organization of America
Scholarship Committee, co-chaired by
Beverly Baker and Tobi Schlussel.
Applications are available at the ZOA
office, 6735 Telegraph, Suite 350,
Bloomfield Township.
Applicants are required to submit an
essay on "What Israel and Zionism
Mean to me and a recommendation
letter from a teacher or rabbi. Primary
consideration will be given to a student's
Zionist motivations and ideals.
Application deadline is May 21.
For information, call the ZOA office,
(248) 282-0088.

JAMD Awarded
Bookshelf Grant

The Jewish Academy of Metropolitan
Detroit has been selected by the AVI
CHAI Foundation to receive one of the
Foundation's Bookshelf. Grants.
JAMD will receive $5,000 a year for
three years to purchase books, audiovi-
sual items, computer hardware and soft-
ware for its media center. The school is
one of 99 high schools participating in
the 2003/2004 program.
Since the program's inception in
1999, AVI CHAI Bookshelf Grants
have been made to 155 high schools
nationwide and in Canada. The grant
will enrich classroom curriculum and
help students continue to develop
research skills.
JAMD invites iriterested parents and
students to attend its open house .
Sunday, Feb. 1. Call (248) 590-5263 for

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