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Traumatic brain injury impacts millions of people worldwide. Each brain injury is different, resulting in a variance of cognitive difficulties experienced by patients. This worksheet contains exercises that engage in executive functioning, spatial memory, and attention. Our goal with this packet was to make a general packet full of printable cognitive worksheets for adults with a brain injury. Each exercise is based on our digital program. If your patients love the exercises in this program, you will love using our digital program.
Try this packet designed for clients with brain injury today! This packet can be used with children as well. If you are looking for other cognitive worksheets for adults with a brain injury, check out our full library of printable activities here.
Included inside: 14 worksheets and bridging questions.
Recognizing emotions in others can be difficult for clients with psychological disorders and developmental disabilities. This worksheet based on the exercise I Remember You provides exercises that tap your client’s ability to recognize and distinguish different emotions in others’ faces. By practicing the exercises in this worksheet, your clients may also build more confidence in social situations. Work on social cognition skills with your client today!
Include inside: 1 worksheet and bridging question.
Stroke impacts verbal fluency, semantic knowledge, memory, attention, and motor skills. In this packet, we wanted to provide several exercises targeting some of the key cognitive areas that may be impacted after a stroke. Our catch the ladybug exercise helps individuals practice hand movement. Root it out will help engage your patient’s long-term verbal memory recall. This packet’s version of Private Eye will encourage your patient to use their inferring skills. Your Patient will have to figure out which item does not belong. Lastly, fill in the blank, a modified version of This Story is Full of Blanks, may encourage your patient’s verbal memory as they recall facts about themselves.
This packet contains adaptable activities for individual and group therapy sessions.
Included inside: 10 pages and bridging questions.
Information retention and recall are essential for everyday tasks. In this packet, your client will be challenged with tasks that will help them remember the locations of words and objects and recall orders and names. The exercises in this packet will target their verbal memory, spatial memory, working memory, and word association. They will start the packet with their verbal and spatial memory challenged with a Words, Where are You? exercise. Next, they will have to recall orders of a group of people at a Restaurant. Then they will get a short break from words as they just have to recall the shapes from one page to the next. Finally, they will have to recall people’s names. This worksheet is helpful for anyone who would like to improve and adapt their strategies for memory.
Included inside: 15 pages and bridging questions.
Executive functioning occurs in the frontal lobe of the brain. It involves planning, task-switching, decision-making, and so much more! We’ve taken the idea of inhibition and inspired parts of this packet. If your client loves a good mystery, then they will love Decipher. In this exercise, your patient will have to infer what each symbol could mean as a letter. Additionally, in the turning point, your patient will have to infer which direction each gear is turning. We have a large collection of executive functioning worksheets; make sure to check them out here.
Included inside: 8 pages and bridging questions.
Are you looking for verbal fluency activities for aphasia patients? If so, look no further. Verbal Fluency is a complex cognitive skill. It involves executive functioning, memory, and visual and auditory processing skills. Individuals who have acquired Aphasia often struggle with verbal fluency. It could be word retrieval, sentence comprehension, or word choice. For this reason, we developed this inclusive verbal fluency packet for aphasia patients.
This packet will be great for a warm tool, group therapy, or one-on-one. This packet can be used by kids aged 8+. If you like the root it out or embroidery exercise, try them on our digital tool!
Include inside: 7 worksheets and bridging questions.
Are you looking for fun math worksheets for your elementary school-age students? Then look no further than this printable math worksheet! This workbook starts with a basic comparison of numbers and progresses into comparing equations. Next, your student will have to figure out the numbers in this adaptation of Countdown. Lastly, this packet will end with some simple word problems.
You can work on mathematical and computational skills and strategies with your clients in this worksheet. This can be used with children and adults who have difficulty with math! If you love this packet, you’ll enjoy our other mathematical-based packets.
Included inside: 9 pages and bridging questions.
These linguistics worksheets involve memory, attention, executive functioning, and auditory processing. You can use this packet to work with your clients on relevant cognitive skills to improve their linguistic abilities. This might help them improve their language comprehension and usage. If you enjoy the Writing in the Stars exercises, you’ll love using them on our digital platform with your patients.
Great for students age 10+, individuals with aphasia, or anyone wanting to improve their linguistic skills.
Included inside: 7 worksheets and bridging questions.
These spatial awareness worksheets will help your patient practice mentally rotating objects and understanding spatial relations. Our Sleight of Hands exercise allows you to have a printable version comparing left and right hands. Your client will be challenged to learn effective strategies to manipulate and compare objects mentally. These are great printable spatial awareness worksheets to add to your collection. To increase the bridging aspect, we recommend you have your client construct a figure using blocks like the examples in Turn Around, and Around.
This packet is great for non-English speakers, children, individuals who have had a stroke, or anyone looking to improve their spatial awareness skills.
Included inside: 12 pages and bridging questions.
Does your client find focusing tough? What about recognizing patterns or pattern recognition? Do they struggle with paying attention to details? If so, then this packet will be a great tool to use with them. These attention-focused worksheets will challenge your patient to strengthen their attention skills. If you find the Find your Way exercise enjoyable, you’ll love the digital version.
This attention packet is an excellent workout for your client’s brain, as they must have a sharp eye to solve these attention-grabbing problems in this packet! If you like this pattern recognition packet, explore our other attention worksheets below or here.
Included: 8 worksheets and bridging questions.
Can you play ball while telling time? Try your hand at these planning exercises in this executive functioning packet. We’ll challenge you to complete crossword puzzles in one try and find a way to arrive at a given solution using a set of numbers and operators. Download this executive functioning packet today!
This packet is great for elementary school kids and middle schoolers. You can use it for adults in group therapy as a warm-up or as a communication-building exercise. The uses for these planning exercises is limitless.
Explore our library of other executive function worksheets here!
Included inside: 10 worksheets and bridging questions.