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Is MCI robbing you of your memory?

When Anne McAndrew was diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI), she and her husband Bob were referred to the MCI intervention program at Baycrest where they learned strategies for coping with the condition that they now routinely practice every day. Anne is one of the estimated 500,000 Canadians who have MCI. Many don’t know it because only a few seek a diagnosis. The condition can be a precursor to dementia, but not always.