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When visual information is processed in our brains, we examine details and derive important information. Sometimes, this information is stored temporarily during a task in our working memory. Other times they are practiced and rehearsed to remain ingrained in our long-term memory. In this worksheet, we provide you with 4 exercises that target visual and verbal memory. Our goal was to help your patient see how they use visual and verbal memory skills daily in life skills such as grocery shopping and clothes shopping.
If you like this packet, try bridging workbook #1 which is about the cognitive skills required for grocery shopping. Additionally, try our digital program to strengthen the skills used in this packet.
This packet will be great to use one-on-one with your client or in group therapy sessions. It is well suitable for children aged 8+ and adults.
Included inside: 18 worksheets and bridging questions.
Forgot your grocery store list? Fear no more! With these exercises, you will learn about adaptability. Practice remembering words in a set, and recalling them for later use! Clients will be able to work on working memory, flexibility and organization. This exercise will target your verbal memory, and help you be able to remember a list that you make for your store trips!
Having functional math skills is important. Many people have trouble learning math in school, which sometimes continues into adulthood. Math is integral in our daily lives, so it is essential for individuals to practice and sharpen their math skills. We use math when we need to compare prices at a store, take measurements in our homes, and calculate change owed after a transaction.
In this worksheet, we provide you with 4 exercises to use with your clients to practice strategies related to math. Your client will be exposed to different task requirements, all sharing the underlying component of math. We challenge your clients to practice their computational skills, math fluency, mental computation, and quantitative reasoning using our exercises. Make sure to check out how a digital tool can help build math skills.
If you like this packet, explore our other functional math skills worksheets!
Include inside: 13 worksheets and bridging questions.
We love word searches. Word searches a great way to work on executive function skills such as working memory and attention. In this exercise, you must find a word within a sea of letters based on given clues. Clients will be challenged to find each word and analyze different sets of clues. This exercise will require you to use deductive reasoning and verbal memory skills in order to find the right word.
Comparing and contrasting information can be a difficult task for anyone. In this exercise, you must compare and contrast images in two sets to see which images have been substituted. Clients will be able to differentiate between items and analyze information better. This exercise requires extensive attention to detail, which will help you complete tasks such as correctly taking medication, responding thoroughly to work emails, and becoming more conscious of your environment.
Traveling is an exciting activity that requires lots of attention to detail and planning. In this mini packet, you will travel across the continental United States by starting at one location and having to arrive at a specific destination. Clients will have the opportunity to practice skills such as memory and attention while planning a trip. Choose your trip, and keep track of the places you see along the way!
Designed with individuals with Aphasia in mind, this packet is one of our most in-depth packets. Many people living with Aphasia are very intelligent but struggle with language. We know this, and we wanted to help these individuals overcome their Aphasia. This worksheet provides you with 5 exercises to use with your clients to practice language-related strategies. Your client will have several tasks to solve, all sharing the underlying language component. Other functions also challenged in this worksheet include executive functioning, working memory, and attention.
Included inside: 17 worksheets and bridging questions.
Comparing and contrasting information can be a difficult task for anyone. Many people struggle with analyzing and processing the difference in items. In this exercise, you must compare and contrast images in two sets to see which images have been substituted. This exercise requires extensive attention to detail, which will help you complete tasks such as correctly taking medication, responding thoroughly to work emails, and becoming more conscious of your environment.
Attention is greatly impacted post injury. For many people, staying focused is an ongoing issue they have to work with. In this packet, you must become a detective and find the odd character out of a set of characters. This challenges clients to work on analytical as well as processing abilities. By working on these skills, this exercise will help you learn strategies that will help you pick out anomalies as well as relevant information from a set.
We designed this packet to stimulate visual skills related to verbal attention. The goal of this packet is to engage all aspects related to verbal and visual attention skills. We believe Verbal and visual attention skills are essential to all cognitive functions, especially those around social cognition and language. This packet will start by challenging your patients with two different adaptations of our digital exercise Private Eye. In this first exercise, your patient will have to find perfect circles. The following exercise will challenge their ability to recognize the correlation between words and their meaning to determine which words do not belong. The following exercise is a modification of Elephant Memory. This modification requires your patient to study a scene and answer questions.
The last two exercises are focused directly on verbal attention. This last section starts with an adaption of Restaurant. This adaption aims to engage your patient’s ability to compare and contrast two recipes. Looking side by side, your patient will identify what was different between the recipes. Finally, your patient will have to read a passage and find the typos and errors in this modified version of This Story is Full of Blanks.
This packet is an excellent resource for teachers who want to challenge their students’ ability to process visual-verbal information. Therapists have also used this packet to help stimulate patients with brain injuries that affect their verbal attention skills or aphasia.
Included Inside: 13 pages and bridging questions.
Memory is one of the most impacted cognitive functions post-injury. In this mini-packet, you will have to recall various shapes and their colors that you have previously memorized. By practicing this, clients will be able to improve their cognition and memory skills for both social and academic settings. This exercise will help you learn strategies to better retain visual information that you come across, such as when you view signs as you walk through a city or town.
Stroke impacts motor coordination and processing speed. Clients will be able to practice and hone their motor skills by working on their ability to process what is going on around them. In this mini-packet, you must use both of your hands and your eyes to catch the ladybugs in a variety of different scenes. Try doing this packet with one or both hands!