This is a free and easy way to save articles from the Alzheimer's Reading Room for later reading or review.
By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
I receive on average more than 10 emails each week asking me for help, information or advice; or, asking me how to find an article that was previously written in the Alzheimer's Reading Room.
We have more than 4,970 article here. So, as you can imagine it can be difficult to find the information you are looking for.
I also learned while I was caring for my mother, Dotty, that it was helpful to review articles that explained "How To" do something with a person living with Alzheimer's. It is often helpful to reread articles until you get a routine "down pat". One of the best ways to do this is to save an article in a place where it will be easy to find.
The service I use and that I am recommending is called
This is a free service and I am not being paid to promote me it. Using Pocket is one of the best ways I know to save pages on the Internet.
If you are using the Google Chrome browser, I suggest you use this link to get Pocket.
|Subscribe to the Alzheimer's Reading Room|
Once you sign up for Pocket you can get little button than you add to your tools bar on your browser.
Then if you are busy and don't have time to read an article here, you can click the Pocket button and save it. Or, if you like the article you can save it and then read it again later, or it will be easy to find the article if you decided to share it with a friend or in a support group.
If you are on the email subscriber list, you can click through to an article and save it. This way you will be able to locate it easily and read it later.
I highly recommend that you try this service.
If you want to find some very useful article you can go to a custom search page I set up that contains a long list of article that are very useful. Go here to take a look and if you have pocket you can start reading article for later viewing.
You will find article like these:
If you use our search box on the right hand side of every page you can find articles; and then, save them to Pocket like the following.
10 Things a Person Living with Dementia Would Tell You If They Could (this one had over 4,800 Facebook likes)
I strongly recommend that you consider using Pocket to better organize the information you find most import.
And you can also use it to save the article you might want to read later, or again and again from the Alzheimer's Reading Room.
+Bob DeMarco is the Founder of the Alzheimer's Reading Room (ARR). Bob is a recognized expert, writer, speaker, and influencer in the Alzheimer's and Dementia Community worldwide.You are reading original content the Alzheimer's Reading Room