Ada Magazine Winter 2018 - Page 26

• Set aside time to read in the evening. Parents may read aloud to their children, or the kids may decide to read their own books. The goal is to make reading a regular part of daily life. • If vision problems are interfering with your reading, consider alternatives to traditional books. Try a large print book, an audiobook or an e-book instead. 2. LEARN SOMETHING NEW EVERY DAY. Improve your mind and gain a better understanding of the world around you. Reading more books, magazines and newspapers on a regular basis can help you reach this goal. Librarians can show people who use computers for research purposes how to use research tools other than Google, Poore said.