Are you forgetting more and more things?
For the DEMENTIA test, click “DEMENTIA”
This Memory series can help you to slow the process of memory decline which comes with ageing.
These posts will:
- Help you improve your organization;
- Give you strategies to help retain and use your memory;
- Suggest memory support with reminder assistants.
You’ll benefit even if you use just 3 or 4 of the strategies.
These strategies are to help your memory, not replace it.
AGEING: # 11 – Memory Jogger/Logger - A LOG Book to JOG your MEMORY It’s a LOG Book which will help you keep track of how you dealt with problems, issues, repairs and difficulties you have had with your home, auto, etc. This is a great tool … Continue reading MEMORY: # 10 – Create something - Creativity works the brain and the memory, exercising them, making them ‘flex,’ ‘stretch’ and ‘become active.’ Flex your memory, stretch your brain. Activate both by doing something creative. MEMORY: #9 – Write something - Creating a piece of writing really exercises the brain. You can almost feel the muscle’s tension as you exert it trying to create a composition. No matter what the piece of writing is, poetry, prose, paragraphs of reminiscing, fiction or … Continue reading MEMORY: #6 – Mapping a route by memory - “Mapping a route from memory” is an extremely challenging task to perform. But using this strategy is a tremendous exercise for the mind, for the brain and for the memory. Want to really challenge yourself, try doing this mapping task. Many … Continue reading MEMORY: #5 – Remembering names - Embarrassing to say the least, when you were just introduced to the person 5 minutes ago, and you cannot remember their name. Embarrassing for sure, but in the business world, a major faux pas. Remembering names is a challenge, but … Continue reading