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23 January, 2014 - The Atlantic

In 2006, New York social worker Dan Cohen started a program called Music & Memory to help patients with Alzheimer’s reconnect with songs from their youth. It’s not exactly a form of treatment, though it can help to significantly improve seniors...

22 January, 2014 - SAC

Why should you become SAC’s next National Student Advisor (NSA)? Melanie Tapson, MSc, S-LP(C), was NSA for two years and she has some simple answers to this great question.  Watch Melanie’s Video: http://youtu.be/K4lSTbUQ3q4...

21 January, 2014 - CBC News

The Ottawa Rotary Home adult respite care program will be closing its doors indefinitely at the end of February. The program, which receives funds from the province and other fundraising initiatives to provide services to adults in need every...

21 January, 2014 - The Guardian

Hulusi Bati and Nadia Hassan, a deaf couple from Camden in the UK, are considering legal action against University College hospital in London. The couple stayed at the hospital in December during the birth of their son, and they claim that the they...

21 January, 2014 - Global News

For those with aphasia, putting together a simple sentence together can feel like “a nerve-wracking, Herculean effort”. The disorder, which affects an individual’s ability to read, speak, write and understand, is usually caused by stroke but can...

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