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May 07, 2004 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-07

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Here's To...

Ronna Ross of
Congregation
Shaarey Zedek's
Sisterhood in
Southfield
attended the
Women's
League
Leadership
Institute in
Nevada.

Medication and Alzheimer's Disease
New Treatments That Can Help

An estimated four million
Americans have Alzheimer's
disease. Over 14 million
Americans will have the disease by
2050 unless a cure is found. Today
there are medications that can
help those with Alzheimer's
disease and dementia.

Date: Thursday, May 20th

Time: 6:00 pm

Place: Sunrise of West Bloomfield

7005 Pontiac Trail
West Bloomfield , MI 48323

(At the intersection of Pontiac Trail
and Green Lake Roads.)

Join us for a FREE invaluable seminar and get answers
to your questions such as:

Ross

Rabbi Reuven
Spolter of Young Israel of Oak Park
was a participant at the Bellows
Family Rabbinic Seminar at the
Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
Institute in Massachusetts.

Local artist Linda Zalla had two
paintings accepted to appear in a
statewide competition at the Scarab
Club in Detroit.

Joshua Rott, a junior at West
Bloomfield High School, competed
in the State DECCA Competition
and took top honors in the catego-
ry of "Vehicles and Petroleum
Marketing." He will participate in
the national competition in
Tennessee.

Rachel Sussman, a student at
Berkshire Middle School in Beverly
Hills, has been accepted into the
People to People World Leadership
Forum in Washington, D.C.

Mark Goldsmith of Huntington
Woods was appointed to the
Oakland County Circuit Court
bench to assume the docket of the
late Judge Patrick Brennan.

Michael Traison of West
Bloomfield, a principal with Miller,
Canfield, Paddock and Stone PLC,
co-sponsored the third annual
Academic Israel Conference, "Israel:
the Successes, the Setbacks, the
Road Ahead," at _the University of
Michigan in Ann Arbor.

Beth Greenbaum of Birmingham
has been awarded a residency at the
Ragdale Foundation of Lake Forest,
Ill., for the winter/spring of 2004.
The foundation was established to
provide peaceful, uninterrupted
time for working artists.






What is Alzheimer's disease and dementia?
What new medications and treatment options are
available?
How can difficult and aggressive behavior be
managed?

Our guest speaker is Dr. Albert N. Bayer, board
certified in general adult and psychiatry and forensic
medicine. He is a faculty member of the Wayne State
University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral
Neurosciences.

Seating is limited, so make
your reservation early.

RSVP: 248-738-8101

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knowledge of senior living topics through events and
seminars designed to help and inform seniors and their
caregivers.

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