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January 03, 2013 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-01-03

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OPEN HOUSE

For parents of
prospective
2-5 year olds

• Meet our amazing
teachers

• See our safe,
state-of-the-art facility

• Learn about our
enriching program,
specialty classes,
and flexible hours

Please RSVP

hillelday.org/ECCOpenHouse

1rd

Hillel Day School

For more
information contact
Robin Pappas at
(248) 539-1489 or
rpappas@hillelday.org .

Enroll by January 31, 2013 and
receive a discount on your deposit

EarlY tali I d HO° d C _rater

Guaranteed to be kindergarten ready!

Open House- January 9, 2013 at 6:3o p.m.

Hillel

DAY SCHOOL

OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

32200 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills,
Michigan 48334-1715 • WWW.hilhgclayorg

Providing total quality home care for better living

Skilled nursing care such as wound care, insulin administration and infusion treatment
Personal care such as bathing, dressing, and grooming
Companion care services include shopping, cooking, and cleaning, as well as transportation.
Therapeutic services in the home such as physical, occupational and speech therapy, and
counseling services
Mobile X-rays
Dialysis services
Home care for children with autism, seizure disorders, or other special needs.
Care for clients who suffer from traumatic brain injuries and other long-term disabilities as a
result of accidents, or who have injuries

"It's really all about living a better life at home,
CareMinders makes it possible for people to live safely at home."

-Richard Lampear, ow er and operator of CareMinders in W Bloomfield & Lansing

5829 West Maple Rd., Suite 117 I West Bloomfield I 248-851-HELP (4357)
930 East Mount Hope, Suite B I Lansing I 517-908-3200
www.careminders.com

4 January 3 • 2013

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