Issues revolving around ageing, loss of independence, care of elderly or ill parents were addressed in the Senior Dilemma Forum sponsored by ESRA. Held in Raanana and attended by over 100 persons, Barbara Grant reports that a panel of experts tackled sometimes distressing subjects which were raised in short movies, shown to the audience.More...
Diana Naaman describes how these words, spoken in prayer on Rosh Hashana, are given precious, real meaning to the elderly and chronically ill, by a group of dedicated volunteers. Harold Schechner's poem "ATTAD" is a touching tribute to ATTAD's work with the elderly.More...
Mark Robbins is a personal historian and a rabbi - here he offers guidelines to record a heritage for our children and grandchildren. Through stories, photographs and memorabilia, the ways and times of a different lifetime are forever preserved.More...
Can American-Israeli marriages work? Yes, says Claire Rabin, Professor of Family Therapy, who writes about the special issues involved in an American-Israeli marriage, and how problems that appear in any marriage can be exacerbated by the addition of a clash of cultures- but stresses that they can be overcome.More...
Flori Cohen takes a Sentimental Journey with her family, the Toegs, back to the place of her birth, Shanghai. She describes the lives and history of the Jews, and the incredible changes in that city since her departure 50 years ago. The Communist regime had made living there untenable and the family subsequently left for Israel, England and other countries.More...
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