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Managing Time

Individuals with cognitive impairments may experience an inability to mark time as it passes incrementally by minutes and hours.

Individuals with cognitive impairments may experience an inability to mark time as it passes incrementally by minutes and hours. This can affect the ability to gauge the proper amount of time to set aside for certain tasks. It may be difficult to prepare for, or to remember, work activities that occur later in the week, month, or year.

Solutions:

Personal Data Assistants or PDAs are widely used as portable organizational devices. PDAs for individuals with vision impairments may include features such as voice output, Braille display, planner, calculator, address book, word processor and computer connectivity for e-mail and sharing files. Some even feature a Global Positioning System (GPS) add-on device. In addition, talking or Braille notetakers and laptop computers with voice output and Braille display are portable products with similar features.