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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-10-06

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How To Motivate
Children And Teens
Dr. Ray Levy, a nationally known expert
on the treatment of defiant, anxious, and
unmotivated children and teens, will be
the keynote speaker at
the Anita Naftaly Family
Circle Conference, a
program for educators,
mental health practi-
tioners and parents of
students with diverse
learning and behavioral
challenges.
Dr. Ray Levy
He will speak at
7 p.m. Sunday, Oct.
30, at Congregation Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield. The conference is presented
by Federation's Alliance for Jewish
Education Opening the Doors Program.
During the evening, Dr. Levy will dis-
cuss a practical and effective approach
to creating motivation and working with
children and teens with challenging
behaviors. Conference participants will
learn how to interact more positively, and
gain innovative and practical tools to
help their children/teens develop better
frustration tolerance and coping skills,
while increasing their motivation.
Advanced registration is $20; $25 at the

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www. jewishdetroit.org/familycircle or
call (248) 205-2549.

Take Strides To Benefit
Food Allergy Awareness
The sixth annual FAAN Walk for Food
Allergy will take place Saturday, Oct.
22, starting at 9:30 a.m. at the Oakland
Community College Orchard Ridge Campus
in Farmington Hills.
The walk will benefit the Food Allergy
and Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN) in its
efforts to raise funds to provide education
and advocacy, and to advance research on
behalf of all Americans affected by food
allergies and anaphylaxis. The theme this
year is an "Autumn Festival:'
Everyone is welcome to come in costume
and trick or treat for allergen friendly good-
ies and prizes with games and activities in a
fun-filled day for the entire family.

Holocaust Center Honored
By Local Television Station
WADL-TV 38, a Detroit-area religious-
oriented TV station, has chosen the
Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington
Hills as one of its "Great 38" organizations
in Southeast Michigan.
"In a world filled with strife, the lessons
learned in the Holocaust Memorial Center
serve as a meaningful model for teaching
responsible and ethical conduce,' the sta-
tion said in a statement.
"The Holocaust Memorial Center shines
the spotlight on individuals who, even
though in the midst of evil, stood for
the best rather than the worst of human
nature:"

Loans Are Available
For College Students
College loans are still available for the
2011-2012 school year through the Jewish
Educational Loan Service (JELS). Loans
are need-based, interest-free and available
to Jewish residents of Metro Detroit.
To qualify for a JELS loan, applicants
must be full-time students pursuing an
undergraduate, graduate or professional
education; able to document financial
need; attend an accredited college or uni-
versity in Michigan (unless a comparable
education is not available in Michigan);
and demonstrate academic progress
toward a career objective.
JELS is funded through a partnership
of more than 80 private funds and phil-
anthropic service organizations. More
than 100 students were assisted with JELS
loans in the previous school year.
JVS also provides counseling to fami-
lies about financial aid options available
through state, federal and private sources.
For information and application
requests, contact JELS Coordinator
Marvin Berman, (248) 233-4209 or mber-
man@jvsdet.org .

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