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Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month: Lessons Learned from the Sandwich Generation

February is Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month. Shelly Christensen, MA literally wrote the book on inclusion of people with disabilities, the Jewish Community Guide to Inclusion of People with Disabilities. In this guest post, she describes advocacy for people with disabilities. [Read more…]

Care-Giving Concerns

Baby Boomers, Children and Jewish Disability Awareness Month

Recently my employer, Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis,  invited a guest speaker talk to our staff about Social Security and the options about when to file.  It was full of information on which [Read more…]

Shelly Christensen
Jewish Baby Boomers

Resolutions or Re-soul-lutions?

Editor’s Note: JSA welcomes a new contributor, Shelly Christensen. Shelly Christensen is a Baby Boomer parent of an adult child with a disability whose mom is a vital 83 years old, and whose brother is a [Read more…]