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“SHADES OF GRAY SEMINAR” PROGRAM

WHAT Monthly seminar that trains faith based leaders to better serve seniors by exploring aging spiritually though novels, short stories and memoirs from contemporary and classical Jewish literature and exercises.
WHYFor faith leaders to gain a better understanding of the ever changing challenges and opportunities of aging so that they can better serve the elderly.
WHERE Hiddur: The Center for Aging and Judaism.
Rabbi Dayle A.Friedman
Carol Hausman,Ph.D. - Founder of the Washington Jewish Healing Network. Philadelphia and New York, USA.


Program Description

The "Shades of Gray Seminar" Program trains those who serve Jewish elders such as rabbis, cantors, chaplains, seminarians, and professionals in health care, mental health and Jewish community settings.

The purpose of the "Shades of Gray Seminar" Program is to train faith based leaders on senior sensitivity issues such as:

-Engage aging baby boomers in Torah, avodahand gemilut hasadim
-Help older adults to redefine their life purpose as they retire
-Support family caregivers in juggling commitments and discerning the limits of love and duty -Assist those facing frailty and dementia and connect them with community and meaning
-Tap the talents and wisdom of elders to enrich the community as a whole
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Find out more about the “Shades of Gray Seminar” Program

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