7. Use Repetition-rehearse information to be remembered.
8. Sound Triggers-Use of alarms, buzzers, watches to remind one to perform a particular activity such as keeping an appointment, making a call, taking one's medication at a specified future time. If not at home and you want to remember something to do upon returning home leave a message on your home answering machine.
9. Organize Information-Use electronic memory devices and computers-designate a specific place for often used items such as keys, checkbook or important papers
10. Use Associations-Associate new information with information that is already known and make a mental link, a mental picture of a filing system. Place new information in a familiar existing file where it can be retrieved later.
11. Visualization-Create a mental picture or image. For example, to help remember the location of your car in the mall parking lot, make a mental picture of its location. Note the car parked next to it or other surrounding landmarks.
12. Change of Environment-Changing something in the environment to jog memory-place clothes to take to cleaners in front of door.
13. Group First Letter of Words-Sometimes one wants to remember a list of items. Take the first letter of each item and arrange them to form a word/words. Or use the first letter of each word and form a sentence that is easy to remember. For example, the 5 great lakes (Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, Superior)HOMES or Henry Often Misses Eating Supper
14. If you have having trouble recalling something, go through the alphabet to job your memory