Let Me Check My Notes

If you need memory strategies,
Let Me Check My Notes
may be able to help.

People with
Ordinary Cognition

easily use a combination of assistive technologies.

Not so for many of us!


“I recognize that song…I remember it…I think…”

Pam Peterson

If Pam Peterson’s rendition of “Memory” sounds familiar, chances are good that assistive technology has become part of your life.

This 3-minute YouTube video is recommended for building awareness about memory. It communicates better than anything else we know of, and best of all, it may leave you with a smile.

For a captioned version, CLICK HERE
For YouTube version, CLICK HERE

Pam Peterson has graciously granted permission to include the captioned version here. 
She retains all copyrights. This is not an endorsement. 
For awareness-building only.



If we experience “glitches”
in the Cognitive Loop,
ordinary memory aides
can be useless

What should I capture?Due dates? Appointments? Names? Deadlines? Everything? Only important stuff?
How often?Whenever I think I might not remember something? Whenever something is important or time-sensitive? Every hour? Every minute?
Where should I put it?Notebook? Day planner? Desk calendar? Mobile device? Computer? Sticky note? On anything I can find?
How will I find it?Digital calendar? Keyword search? Labeled folder? Computer file name? E-mail search? Look in a pile of notes I put on my desk?

– A White Paper
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What Happens 
when we are able to…

• Make notes quickly
• Add images quickly
• Find everything quickly
• Have one spot to DO IT ALL!