Monthly Archives: November 2012

Keeping Track of the Details: Mine and Yours

This is the time of year when many people are busy decorating, shopping, baking, sending cards and perhaps making travel plans. It is a lot of fun but when that is added to your regular routine and responsibilities, it means … Continue reading

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Attitude of Gratitude

How often do you make a comment that puts down your memory abilities?  Perhaps you forgot a person’s name or an item you had in your hands a few minutes ago. Maybe you went out to the car and forget … Continue reading

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Memory and Aging: Concerned About a Loved One?

With the upcoming holidays, families and friends gather. There are usually a lot of activities and a faster pace which may be something that an older adult may find a bit overwhelming. Sometimes family does not live nearby and the … Continue reading

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What Are Your Words Saying About Your Memory?

Recently I caught myself as I went searching for a misplaced item. Instead of chastising myself for the fact that it had turned up “missing” I tried to apply some of the principles I suggest to my clients. 1. Assess … Continue reading

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