At a recent meeting with Dr. H, we listed all the activities I perform reasonably well. An analysis shows these tasks exhibit few of the problems described in Window Blinds and Task Visualization Part 1. This task analysis reviews the following tasks:
Saw Dr D on Thursday.
Sitting in her office, I watched as she moved about in preparation for the meeting. This observation triggered a memory of my first visit with her after the accident. I had been uncomprehending – observing, but not understanding her activity on my behalf.
Hiked over to Ontario today to buy 10 pounds of onions. In Québec onions come in 3 pound bags for $2.50 so the hike saved me over $5. I also went to MEC and redeemed a $10 bonus coupon and bought some rechargeable AAA batteries. Of course, once I arrived home it was clear what I really needed were rechargeable AA batteries. The correct battery was on my shopping list. I trusted my memory and forgot about the list.