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Pictures: On left, Sheila MacDonald and colleagues gesturally remind themselves of the importance of the frontal lobes at Sheila’s Cognitive-Communication Disorders Level 1 Course, hosted by OSLA, at the Alton Mill, Ontario. On right, Sheila MacDonald and colleagues pose for a group photo at a conference in Toronto, Ontario.