A person with a learning disability, like ADHD, could have memory deficits that affect the ability to recall something that is seen or heard. This may result in an inability to recall facts, names, passwords, and telephone numbers, even if such information is used regularly.
It is very difficult to function on a daily basis with a poor memory. It is difficult to do well in school, work a career, have healthy relationships, and all the other things I can't remember.
Read my ADHD inattention short story about my forgetfulness and going to the store.
Here are some memory tips that hopefully will help you remember. I also have some of my own tips towards the bottom of the page.
This information was provided by the Job Accommodation Network Website.
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