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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-06-21

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magine a Jewish community
where the needs of older adults
are met through a centralized,
seamless system of quality services
that support aging with dignity
and choice, and are accessible and
attractive to all.
Look no further than the Detroit
Jewish community, thanks to a col-
laboration of Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit agencies:
Jewish Community Center, Jewish
Family Service, Jewish Senior Life
and JVS.
Building on past successful col-
laboration, leadership of these sister
agencies are committed to working
together on behalf of older adults,
further coordinating their high-
quality services and developing new
ones as the needs
and desires of older
adults and their
families change and
evolve in the future.
"This collabora-
tion is committed
to the dynamic
and active life of
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the older adults we
serve," said Rochelle
Upfal, JSL CEO, who
will be facilitating
this collaboration.
"The services
our agencies pro-
vide enable Jewish
seniors to live their
lives to the fullest:'
said Perry Ohren,
CEO of JFS.
Perry Ohren
Barbara
Nurenberg, JVS
president and
CEO, added, "Our
collaboration of
Federation agencies
is committed to
serving older adults
and their fami-
lies. Underscoring
all we do are the
Jewish values of
Barbara
kavod (respect) and
Nurenberg
chesed (compas-
sion)."
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services, the collaboration has cre-

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ated one phone number to connect
people, programs, services and resi-
dences: (248) 661 1836. This is the
portal to a comprehensive array of
services for older adults, eliminating
the need to call numerous agen-
cies and people for information and
assistance.
Having one number to call pro-
vides access to all services provided
by the Federation agencies, includ-
ing transportation, in-home support
services, kosher meals-on-wheels,
adult day programs, caregiver sup-
port, care management, mental
health service, residences, Holocaust
survivor services, dementia-specific
programs, financial assistance,
chaplaincy, guardianship, social and
recreational activi-
ties, spirituality,
cultural and edu-
cational programs,
immigration and
citizenship services,
volunteer opportu-
nities, and exercise,
fitness and wellness
Mark Lit
activities.
"The one num-
ber is just the
beginning," said Mark Lit, JCC exec-
utive director. "Our goal is to create
services that best respond to the
needs of older adults in our Jewish
community now and into the future:'
Scott Kaufman, Federation CEO,
stressed that support for older
adults is among Federation's high-
est priorities, with the ultimate goal
of helping Jewish seniors maintain
their independence and live their
lives in dignity.
"Federation is very excited about
our agencies' collaboration and will
continue our major push to raise
funds for older adult services:'
Kaufman said.
In addition to agency heads, oth-
ers leading the collaboration include
Linda Blumberg, Federation director
of planning and agency relations;
Leslee Magidson, JCC assistant exec-
utive director; Shari-Beth Goldman,
JFS chief program officer; Carol
Rosenberg, JSL Foundation director;
and Leah Rosenbaum, JVS executive
vice president and COO. 111

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