Living With Mild Cognitive Impairment

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MCI is a Family Affair

If you are a close family member or friend of someone experiencing mild cognitive impairment (MCI) then you have likely noticed that your life has been influenced by the cognitive changes the person with MCI has experienced. In this blog some approaches are outlined to help you cope with the personal impacts of these changes. Read More

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Dr. Murphy is a Clinical Neuropsychologist at Baycrest and an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto.


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