Opinion

BY Janet B. Livingston
January 2, 2014

When a family member has a disability, meeting his or her needs and the difficulties that may arise from them can become a focal point for the family. These challenges are often in addition to the ups and downs of typical families and can add a new level of stress and concern to everyday life. CONTINUE »

BY Danielle Sarah Storch
January 2, 2014

“You missed,” Ruthy yelled to Sara, as they played a game of dodgeball in the school courtyard at recess. The sounds of girls giggling and balls bouncing filled the spring air. Ruthy ran after the ball, as it rolled under the porch of an apartment next door. She looked up to see an old lady CONTINUE »

January 2, 2014

I note that Dec. 20 introductory piece “A Promising Future.” I hope that it is. However, the ending of two phrases with a preposition (“Jewish leaders grapple with” and “a terrific team to work with”) and the annoyingly incorrect use of “hopefully” do not bode well for the quality of CONTINUE »

BY Elaine Kitt
January 2, 2014

Aging in place is a term used by people who work with seniors. It’s a catchy phrase, but what does it really mean? Simply put, aging in place for a senior means being able to live where and how he/she wants in the setting of his/her choosing, safely and independently, and being able to make CONTINUE »

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BY Frank Storch
December 26, 2013

How do you respond when your child does something incredible? Project Ezra and the Chesed Fund have established an Outstanding Youth Award for Exceptional Service in the fields of health and safety in the Baltimore Jewish Community.  (All youth from the greater Baltimore Jewish community are invited to participate.)  For the last 10 years, we CONTINUE »