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JFS to Host Discussion About End-of-Life Care

Speakers will be attorney Howard H. Collens and Lynn Breuer, a licensed clinical social worker, certified health coach and dementia practitioner who helps older adults age in place.

JVS Volunteers Build Skills

In celebration of Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month (DDAM), JVS Human Services reports participants of its Skill Building Assistance (SBA) program continued to volunteer at multiple service sites throughout the past year.

Virtual Alternative to an Annual Event

Farber Hebrew Day School students and the high school assistant principal gathered in person and by Zoom to celebrate their attendance at this year's...

JVS Needs Direct Care Workers

Twenty-five will be summer staff employed to work as job coaches for high school students with disabilities who have internships.

U-M Depression Center to be Named for Eisenberg Family

The University of Michigan Board of Regents approved the renaming of the U-M Depression Center for Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg and their family, in recognition of their transformational $30 million total giving to depression research and scholarship.

With Most Votes Counted in Israeli Election, Neither Netanyahu Nor His Opponents Have Majority

Israeli exit polls have historically been unreliable, but on Tuesday night they projected that Netanyahu and his allies would win the narrowest of majorities in the 120-seat Knesset.

Visitors Welcome: JSL Moves Toward a More Normal Passover

Small group seders will be held in some Jewish Senior Life communities, conducted by local musician Avi Schreiber, as well as staff and volunteers.

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