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My computer assisted mind maps look pretty nice and slick and fancy. So do those of many others who can use computer programs for mind mapping at a high level after practicing.

But do you need to be a computer nerd to make mind maps that are USEFUL for you and others? To make mind maps of your activities, likes, dislikes, calendar, plans, achievements, what you need to do, and what you want to do?

Naaahhhh… Just get out a few pieces of paper and a pen or pencil or three. It may not be a work of art but the map will help you and others learn, remember, plan, and share.

It is no more difficult than this. You don’t have to be an artist.

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This is what I did today. Not too bad for a guy trying to live semi-independently with dementia. I hope your day was a good as mine. With this simplistic little map in tow, I have a good chance of remembering the great things that happened today several weeks from now.

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Anxiety is a huge issue for people with dementia. My observations of why this occurs — based on my own experiences — are shown in the MindModel™ [AKA MindMap] below.

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PWDs [Persons with Dementia] Experience Huge Amounts of Anxiety Here's Why

 

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Wonder what the difference is between a Huba-style MindModel™ and a Buzan-style MindMap is and why the MindModel is much more effective? Click here to find out.