Organize Your Life Using iOS 11 on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch
Have you ever…
- Wished you really knew how to use your iPhone or iPad?
- Missed or double-booked appointments?
- Taken notes and then couldn’t find them?
- Forgotten about homework assignments?
- Not allowed enough time to get where you need to be?
- Wished you had all your contact information in one place?
- Forgotten a list of shopping items when going to the market?
- Wished you had a recorder with you to capture important information?
- Wanted your photos grouped into albums so you could manage them?
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Table of Contents
- Section 1: What Is This Thing You Call Making Cognitive Connections?
- Making Cognitive Connections
- Section 2: Getting to Know Your Device, Even If You Think You Already Know It!
- Getting to Know Your Device
- Device Setup
- More iOS Basics
- Entering & Editing Text
- Section 3: Scheduling your time and time management
- The Calendar App—Views
- The Calendar App—Events
- The Calendar App—Settings
- Section 4: Notetaking and Memory
- The Reminders App
- The Notes App
- The Voice Memos App
- Section 5: Stay in Touch Apps
- The Contacts App
- Mail and Messages Apps
- Phone and FaceTime Apps
- Section 6: Fun and Practical Apps
- Camera and Photos Apps
- iHealth and Passbook Apps
- The Clock App
- Maps and Safari Apps
- Weather, Stocks, Calculator, and Compass Apps
- The App Store and iTunes Apps
Why focus on these topics?
This book addresses several built-in iOS apps. Special emphasis is placed on those apps that reflect the areas with which individuals with cognitive challenges have the most difficulty on a day-to-day basis. Examples of these difficulties include:
- Missing appointments
- Double-booking appointments
- Taking notes and not being able to find them when needed
- Not remembering homework assignments
- Not allowing enough time to get where they need to be
- Not having relevant contact information with them (phone numbers may be stored in a cell phone; however, addresses and relevant names may not be readily available)
- Forgetting a list of shopping items when going to the market
In fact, individuals with cognitive challenges were consulted regarding both the topics and the depth and breadth of information presented in the book. The overwhelming response was that the book covered just enough information without causing users to be overwhelmed by the amount of information or number of skills being learned.
- Print sized for easy reading
- Limited text on each page providing extra white space to prevent information overload
- Clearly designated quick steps showing step-by-step details for each function
- Images to help orient the reader to the relevant iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch screens
- Making Cognitive Connections exercises in each chapter
- Troubleshooting pointers in each chapter to help you resolve some of the more common errors users make
- Things to Remember list in each chapter for review of important points
- Reflect questions in each chapter to help you stop and think about what you learn