May 2014

Originally posted on May 30, 2014 on I attended an unveiling last Sunday and it was a wonderful reminder of how one’s community comes together to support one another in times of need. An ‘unveiling’ is the Jewish custom when the tombstone is uncovered. I have referenced Maurice Lamm’s 1969 publication The Jewish Way […]

Originally posted in on May 22, 2014 by Audrey Miller I had the pleasure of attending a meeting presented by the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA) on their very impressive project. This is the largest and most comprehensive study in Canada and perhaps worldwide. 50,000 Canadians across the country between the ages of […]

Originally posted on on May 13, 2014: We all have had one and chances are this person shaped our lives more than any one else. For many of us, our mothers were our first loving and significant relationship. Our mothers influenced us, guided us, taught us, and loved us- unconditionally. I share many of […]

Originally published in on May 5, 2014: Last week I had the pleasure of attending the Conference Board of Canada’s Council on Healthy Aging conference called “Healthy Aging: The Importance of Financial Care for Canadians”. It was a wonderful event which brought together experts from across the country to talk about issues and trends. […]