Bookshelf is a resource center for the official version of in-depth information about you. It's a comprehensive, organized set of files you can share with people you choose, and may be useful for training others.
The first time you go to someone’s Bookshelf (including your own) on a device, the app will download all of the items so you can continue to view them if you go offline. If there are a lot of items on the Bookshelf, especially large files, this can take a while.
Here are examples of the kinds of files you can add:
Information you may need to access quickly like contacts or medical and emergency documents
Legal or planning documents and personal identity information
Descriptions of your preferred way of doing things like hobbies, schedules, routines, hobbies, adaptations, how you communicate, how you use equipment
Pictures/collages: you can't add pictures to Bookshelf (there are too many!) However, you can create a pdf of one special visual or a collage of pictures
A collage of your expressions and what they mean
How you like your room to look for holidays
You doing things people might not know you can do, that you do a special way
Activities you might not be able to replicate in doctors or therapists offices
Your medical records
Social media accounts
Favorite online games
Information about a condition you have
Groups you belong to