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Free Presentation at Lavy House May 24

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A free informational program on “Community Resources for Older Adults and Choosing a Home Health Aide” will take place on Tuesday, May 24 11:30 a.m. at  The Senior Resource Center at The Lavy House, 748 E. Broad Street, Westfield, NJ. 

The presentation by Elie Bodner, JFS Friendly Visitor and Food Pantry Coordinator, and Karen Giordanella, RN, Nurse Coordinator for the JFS Caregivers at Home Program, is part of a series of programs that are free and open to the entire community at The Senior Resource Center at The Lavy House. A light lunch will be served. Registration is recommended if you plan to attend. Contact info@jfscentralnj.org, or, 908-352-8375.

The Senior Resource Center at The Lavy House is a joint venture between The Westfield United Fund and Temple Emanu-El of Westfield.  Through a grant from the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater MetroWest NJ, Jewish Family Service of Central NJ provides programming and the services of Social Worker Naomi Kreutzer, LCSW, each Tuesday.  Programs are free of charge and open to the entire community. The Lavy House is open Tuesday, 9-5, Wednesday, and Thursday, 10- am – 2 pm. Members of the community are welcome to drop in during those hours, or call the center at 908-389-1263 to speak with a volunteer.

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