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April 09, 2004 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-04-09

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JHCN & ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OF MICHIGAN

New partnership announced

ALZHEIMER'S'

CIA

Someone to Stand by Yoe

Helping dementia patients at end-of-life

he staff of JHCN recently met with members of the Alzheimer's Association to estab-
lish an alliance which will provide optimum care for Jewish patients with end-stage
Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. Approximately 33 percent of our
current patients have some form of dementia. In light of a growing elderly population, the
incidence of Alzheimer's disease and dementia is expected to steadily increase, and JHCN is
making every effort to prepare for that eventuality.
In addition to finding new ways to meet the needs of Jewish patients with dementia, this
partnership will provide in-service education for its staff and joint programming to the gen-
eral public to increase awareness about all forms of dementia and how to obtain help.
For more information on the Alzheimer's Association of Michigan and its work with
JHCN, contact Marcia Mittelman, Director of Education, at (248) 351-0280. ■

JHCN & LIGHTHOUSE HOSPICE

LIghthot (se kosptc&

Hospice partners count on JHCN

New partnership serves more long-term care residents in the Jewish community

L

e ewis
°spice &
Chaplaincy Network has
partnership agreements with
most major hospices in south-
eastern Michigan, including...







Angela Hospice
Arbor Hospice
Beaumont Hospice
Cranbrook Hospice
Heartland Hospice
Hospices of Henry Ford
Hospice of Michigan
Karmanos Hospice
Lighthouse Hospice
Odyssey Hospice
St. John Hospice

ighthouse Hospice, specializing
in serving patients in long-term
care facilities, has just joined
our growing list of hospice partners
who offer the full range of JHCN
services to their Jewish patients. This
multi-faceted arrangement includes
pastoral care, spiritual guidance,
access to Jewish volunteers, Jewish
community resources, assistance with
medical decisions from a Jewish per-
spective, and regular in-service edu-
cation for staff in Jewish cultural and
religious practices. JHCN's own
Barbara Haddad, MSW, ACSW, and
Rabbi Klainberg function as Light-
house Hospice staff and provide
social work and pastoral care servic-
es to Jewish patients.
For more information, contact
Sheyna Wexelberg-Clouser at (248)
799-6133 or (800) 311-5365. ■

The Lighthouse / JHCN Team (from left) Judi Rothschild,
Barb Haddad, Laura Wagner, Rabbi Klainberg, and
Sheyna Wexelberg-Clouser.

Is JHCN a Hospice?

No! JHCN is a network which
provides the Jewish component of
care to hospice and healthcare
professionals who provide the
medical care.

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