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Jewish Sacred Aging Radio – A Conversation with CTAC

On this pre-recorded edition of Jewish Sacred Aging Radio, Rabbi Address speaks with leaders of The Coalition to Transform Advanced Care about CTAC’s mission. Rabbi Address is attending the CTAC National Summit on Advanced Illness Care [Read more…]

D'vrei Torah

Vayetze: All You Have To Do Is Dream?

Vayetze, which begins in Genesis 28:10, is one of our most famous portions. Jacob, encouraged by Rebecca to leave town quickly to escape Esau’s anger, heads to Haran where he will eventually meet up with [Read more…]

Rabbi Jason Weiner, left, and Dr. Warren Brandwine, guests on this edition of Jewish Sacred Aging Radio
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Jewish Bio-Ethics with Rabbi Jason Weiner and Dr. Warren Brandwine

On this episode of Jewish Sacred Aging Radio on BlogTalkRadio.com, a live discussion of Jewish bio-ethics with Rabbi Jason Weiner, senior rabbi and director of the spiritual care department at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, CA, and [Read more…]

D'vrei Torah

Toldot: Material and Spiritual Blessings

This week’s portion, one of our more famous, is familiar to many. The “birthright” story of Jacob and Esau and the details of the final blessings from Isaac to his sons after another round of [Read more…]

Malevich, "Two Pushcarts, 1911," public domain image via Flickr.com
Baby Boomer Bubbe

Finding My Pushcart

Back in the early ‘80s when I was a young wife and mother, my husband owned a car leasing company in Beverly Hills. For many years, I drove really nice cars, Cadillacs, Mercedes—even went to [Read more…]

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11/14/2017 JSA Radio: Rabbi Anne Brener, author of Mourning & Mitzvah, on creating caring communities

The guest is Rabbi Anne Brener, MAJCS, MA, LCSW , is a Los Angeles-based psychotherapist and spiritual director who has assisted institutions worldwide in creating caring communities. She is the author of Mourning and Mitzvah: [Read more…]

Holding Hands with Elderly Patient
Talmud Torah

What to say to Caregivers – Suggestions for Clergy

Editor’s Note: Nancy Hays was a caregiver to her husband, who recently died from Alzheimer’s Disease. She presented this at a recent seminar Rabbi Address attended in Philadelphia. Nancy is a member of Temple Shalom in [Read more…]