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Setting priorities.

by Rich S.
(Lebanon, Pa.)

Question: During Rehab, after my stroke (2012) I was given worksheets on how to plan my days, or projects I was working on,learning how to function in the most efficient order to accomplish any given workload. I have left-sided weakness, can walk (with cane), can read and enunciate, hold conversations (tend to get distracted). I do have problems planning what I want to get accomplished during any given day and have a tendency to forget things I planned on completing. Do you have any idea where I can find some daily planning worksheets?

Thank you for your help. Rich

Answer: There are many websites online that have worksheets. It's a matter of finding one that fits your needs. Here are a few that I found:

http://www.tbistafftraining.info/Resources/Resources_3_Worksheets.htm

https://scatteredsquirrel.com/printables-index/

https://www.home-storage-solutions-101.com/how-to-get-organized.html

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