Memory Management 

Memory management is important to consider following brain injury. Often our memory is affected after brain injury and recovery can vary case-to-case. 

We recommend that you use compensatory strategies and external aids to help manage your memory. It is important to remember that this isn't cheating and using external aids will not prevent any natural improvement of memory. Some examples of memory aids include: 

  • Diaries 
  • Notebooks 
  • To-do lists 
  • Mobile phones 
  • Calendars 
  • Computer applications 
  • Wall charts 
  • Tape recorders 
  • Cameras 

Rehabilitation 

As we mentioned before, rehabilitation can vary from client to client. Here at BASIC, we offer two rehabilitation programmes for people suffering from memory problems. The captain's log programme and our memory workshops. 

To find out more information about memory management and how you can sign up to our classes please contact: Mary Todd by email: [email protected] or call the office on 0161 707 6441