Barry4Susan wrote:Regarding remote access to Bredesen support, we (in Melbourne) can interface with our Bredesen-trained naturopath (in Adelaide 750 km away) via a Trello Board link and a video conference call as necessary. All correspondence, suggested readings, test results etc. are stored under subject categories on the board and, during the video conference, he can operate our computer to show us how to navigate around the board.
Thanks for contributing to the ApoE4.info forum. Honestly, I didn't know what a Trello Board offered until I looked it up-- what an amazing tool for organizing! I can imagine this is a big support for that Bredesen-trained naturopath you mentioned. I'm going to explore Trello for use in my practice as well. Thanks!
On another note, I'm chiming in to formally welcome you to the site. To avoid redundancy, I'll refer to Lisa G's post in this thread, which lists several resources (with links) for getting the most out of the site. To piggy back on that list, my favorite aspect of the site is our Wiki page
. It's a great tool for getting a more detailed look at related resources.
Of course, you may already be familiar with these features. However, since this is your first contribution I wanted to make sure you knew how valuable each new contributor is to our community. We would love to get to know you and hear more about your experiences.