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Making a cup(s) of tea is a common assessment of cognitive ability, as it’s something we do so often and naturally we don’t put much conscious thought into it.

Living with Head/Brain Injury (TBI)

Making a cup(s) of tea is a common assessment of cognitive ability, as it’s something we do so often and naturally we don’t put much conscious thought into it. But at the same time dealing with boiling water and electricity is a hazard.
 She told me to make a white tea with no sugar, and a black tea with one sugar. I thought this was going to be easy. I part filled the cordless kettle with some water and put it back on its base and pushed the switch. Or so I thought…
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 Following instructions (and processing information) …then DOING!
And fifty years later I still have difficulty!
Any hope? No wonder I stick to writing, rather than making tea for more than one person, so my friends do it for “helpless harry”!
frank1
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