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June 06, 2013 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-06-06

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Puzzle from page 13


Danny Lipsky

You are blessed with so many wonderful

qualities. Your leadership skills, artistic talent,

determination and compassion for others, will

take you far. Whether you were a BBYO Board

member, counselor at Tamarack, Music Staff

Member, or Theater Tech Crew, you excelled and

gave it your all. Your friends at WBHS crowned

you as Homecoming King for the past year and

the Prince for the three years before. To us, you

will always be "The King". We wish you good

luck at Columbia College, Chicago where you

will pursue your dream of Film and Animation.

Mikey & Eric
Grandma & Papa &
Saba 6- Savta

Robbie Bell

It is amazing to us how much
you have accomplished
in four short years.
We are so proud of you
Best of luck at GVSU!

Adam, Sam and the kids
Dad, Amy and Sarah
Grandma June

Therapist Chris Purgatori has some fun with Aryeh Kurz as he throws him
into the ball area.

at Kaufman, he wants other kids to
Chris made me not shy anymore, so it
know: "It's not just you; there are a lot
was easy"
of other people with different prob-
Dora explained, "We didn't know the
lems they are facing"
tools Aryeh needed. We were trying
Impressed by Aryeh and his deter-
to be good parents, but then we real-
mination, Purgatori said, "Aryeh is one ized we didn't even understand what
of the hardest working kids I've seen;
he was going through. We realized
he progresses in every session. We
he could have gone through so much
have worked to bring out the confi-
more in life.
dence we knew he had and to give him
"Now, we appreciate every small step
opportunities to showcase that which
because we know the hard work that
allowed him to branch out"
went into it" ❑
Aryeh sees it a different way: "Mr.


Nancy Kaufman Reinheimer, MA, CCC-SLP, director of Kaufman
Children's Center in West Bloomfield, just celebrated the 20th
anniversary of the center that began with just her and her answering
machine. She started by providing speech and language services
and soon realized that she would need to add occupational therapy
and sensory integration to the center to fully serve the children's
needs. Kaufman also has expansive programming for kids with autism
spectrum disorders and social skills groups.

Kaufman Children's Center
5793 W. Maple Road #150
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
(248) 737-3430

You make us proud each
and every day!!
May this next journey find
you much love, health,
happiness and great success!!
We love you more than words
can say!!

All otAY love,

Mom, Daal


June 6 • 2013



The Abilities Center, West Bloomfield, a division of Detroit Institute for
Children, is also a provider of therapeutic services for children with
special needs. Specializing in sensory processing disorder, motor and
language delays, autism, cerebral palsy, ADHD, learning disabilities,
Down's syndrome and feeding difficulties, the Abilities Center is a
nonprofit and accepts various forms of insurance, including Medicaid.

Abilities Center
2075 E. West Maple, Suite B-204
Walled Lake, MI 48390
(313) 832-1100

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