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A New Look for the New Year

Gesher Disability Resources (formerly Council For Jews With Special Needs) has a new logo featuring a modern look that incorporates the agency’s new name with an image of a bridge. It represents the next step of the agency’s efforts to expand the services and programs it offers for children and adults with special needs. “’Gesher’…


Creative Aging Expands Offerings

Jewish Family & Children’s Service is offering a new and expanded session of Creative Aging classes for the fall, beginning Sept. 5. Creative Aging is a national initiative based on studies showing that older adults live longer and better if they are actively involved in the Arts. The movement is aimed at fostering an understanding…


Jewish Family & Children’s Service Expands Services to Include Sojourner Center

Jewish Family & Children’s Service and Sojourner Center have announced a definitive agreement where JFCS will make Sojourner Center one of its programs combining with the existing domestic violence foot print. The Sojourner Center is one of the nation’s largest and longest-running domestic violence shelters. Under the terms of the agreement, Sojourner Center will operate…


Biz Ins and Outs – July 2017

SCOTTSDALE BASED RESNICK & LOUIS, P.C. HIRES FIVE NEW ATTORNEYS With 14 offices throughout the United States and now one office in the United Kingdom, Scottsdale based Resnick & Louis, P.C. is pleased to announce the hiring of five new attorneys to fill expanded practice areas throughout the country. The attorneys will be based in…


App ensures safe surfing on public Wi-Fi hotspots

You always need to assume someone’s looking over your shoulder when you’re using public Wi-Fi: a hacker, or the government, or a plain old snoop. Virtual private networks were invented to remedy this problem for businesses. An Israeli app called SaferVPN is being used by individuals and companies (even cyber security telecom enterprises) for greater…

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