January 2013

Originally published at allaboutestates.ca Zosia Bielski in her article At a loss for words published on January 11, 2013th in The Globe and Mail, discusses a number of words that are borrowed from different languages that better defines ‘an emotion, sensation and concept’ from what we currently use/have within the English language. Thank you! I […]

Originally published in allaboutestates.ca Forget someone’s name or what movie you saw over the weekend? Could it be Mild Cognitive Impairment (or MCI)? Baycrest’s clinical neuropsychologist, Dr, Nicole Anderson, defines MCI as “ the boundary zone or transition state between normal aging and dementia.” Dr. Anderson and colleagues have written the first book on MCI, […]

Happy New Year. As I get older, I have become more reflective. I also don’t take anything for granted. Life is short and while more and more of us are living longer- not matter what- it is still short. Over this holiday, we had 2 losses that touched me; a client and a friend’s husband. […]