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Journaling / Recordkeeping Tools

Stay Organized - Keep Important Information at Your Fingertips

Why Journal?

Journals are important tools that will assist in keeping you organized and provide quick and easy access to appointment information, medication lists and reactions, and important notes and contact information.

Below are a few recordkeeping / journaling tools to help keep you organized.



Whether you're managing your own health or a family member's, CareZONE will help you stay organized and in sync.

  • Medications: Always have a list of medications, dosages, schedules with you. Receive reminders, record doses taken and track adherence progress over time.
  • Journal: Document symptoms for easy reference during medical appointments, record doctor's instructions, and privately share updates with family members and or doctors.
  • Calendar: Keep track of medical appointments, therapy sessions, and prescription refills.
  • Contacts: Organize and share important contacts, numbers and e-mails - including doctors, pharmacies, insurance providers, and the off-hours advice nurse.
  • Notes, To-Dos, and Photos: Securely store insurance info, hard-to-remember details, to-do lists, photos, etc.
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Create your own personal journal & online diary.

Penzu is a free online tool you can access anywhere as long as you have access to the Internet. Not only are entries private, but you can password protect them individually for even more privacy. Penzu uses a paper-like interface and is extremely intuitive and easy to use.

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Google Keep


Capture what’s on your mind: Add notes, lists, photos, and audio to Keep.

Do you need a tool to help you set reminders and make lists? Need to remember to pick up some groceries? Set a location-based reminder to pull up your grocery list right when you get to the store. Need to finish a to-do? Set a time-based reminder to make sure you never miss a thing.

Share your thoughts with family and friends. You can access Google Keep from your phone, desktop or mobile device.

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Developed by the Council on Children and Families and Funded by the Developmental Disabilities Planning Council