snap.i need remote 'go get my phone and bring it here' app.
Don't worry about remembering Wayne, if it happens it happens. I understand exactly as you describe. It must be how coping strategies no longer seem to work and very frustrating as you then have to assess the changes and make what new strategies you can.Hi ya Sue, I will ask, if i remember . tried the list on door thing but in a not so great moment i took it down to use as guide whilst i walked around collecting bits, put it down to look somewhere and promptly 'lost' the list or at least forgot i was supposed to be following a list. Doh! so even something that obvious and easy does not work every time as you well know.i am currently getting an ever lengthening list of coping strategies that have worked for 7 years but are now failing daily.
Hope these are good days for you.
This isn't such a 'Twit' suggestion necessarily John, everyone is different and when dementia symptoms stop you being able to think for yourself a lot of the time it can be helpful to have suggestions put to you which may then trigger something that the PWD might think worth trying.What about a picture of a mobile phone on your door on the way out, this was a Twit suggestion.