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Challenge your patient’s math skills with this multi-level math worksheet packet. This packet is best suitable for students aged nine and older to engage their brains after a summer off. Your patient will start with simple addition and subtraction, and the packet will progressively increase in difficulty. They will have to solve math equations and then figure out a solution. This packet could be an excellent bridging tool to be used to teach ways how to manage money.
Memory and attention work together in the brain to form the basis of our cognitive abilities. In this mini packet, you will have to listen to birds sing a song and complete noise-related tasks. This mini packet will work on your auditory processing, attention, and memory skills.
Challenge your patient’s visual scanning and semantic memory in this mini packet! Your client will have to scan the letter grid to determine what word is hidden within it. As your client progresses, their hints will decrease, and the difficulty of the words will increase. The theme found in the ocean is the only hint they will have to solve the most challenging puzzles. This packet is an excellent addition to your library because both your high and low-functioning individuals will love to solve the challenges found within.
Who can it be now? In this hybrid packet, your patient will have the opportunity to listen to numerous voicemails and answer questions regarding them. This will challenge both your patient’s auditory processing, working memory, and attention skills. The packet starts easy and then progresses as the voicemail becomes longer and the questions become harder.
Let’s go to the beach! In this packet, your patient will engage their working and visual memory and attention with a fun twisted-printed version of Heraldry. Your patient will have to study a towel, sort some numbers, and then recreate the towel. This packet will be an excellent tool for your students returning from summer break—clients who will be going on a trip or if they love the beach.
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Recognizing emotions in others can be difficult for clients with psychological disorders as well as developmental disabilities. This worksheet provides you with exercises that not only tap your client’s ability to recognize emotions in others but their ability to distinguish different emotions. By practicing the exercises in this worksheet, clients will be able to build more confidence in social situations as well. Work on social cognition skills with your client today!
Language is a complex cognitive skill! It involves executive functioning, memory, visual, and auditory processing skills. Sometimes, people may have difficulty with one or more aspects of language, such as word retrieval. Language difficulties can occur as a result of a medical event such as a stroke or can be caused by developmental disabilities. We have provided 4 exercises that target different cognitive skills involved in language in this packet.
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Executive functioning occurs in the frontal lobe of the brain. It is involved in planning, task-switching, and decision-making. In this packet, your client will perform varying exercises. They will have to move basketballs mentally. Complete a variety of mathematical equations. And try to move rings on a stick to build various towers. These exercises will challenge their abilities to inhibit unwanted responses, shift between tasks, perform mental manipulations, and make choices. This packet is great for clients with attention deficit disorder, brain injury, stroke, or experiencing cognitive difficulties related to psychosis.
Challenge your patient’s verbal reasoning skills with this packet! This packet is a great way to challenge your patient’s verbal reasoning skills! Clients will have to figure out which word could potentially fit in which section, and must properly place 6 out of the 9 words in the word bank on the star shape below. The packet does get progressively more complex as they continue further!
Can you remember a shopping list? What about the locations of different items on that list? Sharpen your verbal memory skills with this word and spatial memorization task! This exercise focuses on executive functioning skills such as working memory, attention and task initiation!
Ready to be an editor? Miss MadLibs? Read different passages and fill in the blanks with this fun verbal reasoning activity. This exercise focuses on executive functioning skills such as working memory, attention and metacognition. This is perfect for anyone looking to hone their verbal processing skills as well as working memory abilties!
Ready for a memory challenge? Engage your client’s Attention and Working Memory Skills using This Mini Hybrid Packet. Find Your Way takes on a new face, or should we say bill with this packet. This exercise primarily exercises executive functioning skills such as your client’s Attention Skills.
Spring time is here! Attend a flower show and freshen up your memory with our fun and floral memory mini packet. This exercise is perfect for anyone who is looking to hone their memory skills, and uses executive functioning skills such as working memory, attention and metacognition!
Visual attention is taking in crucial visual information while filtering out the rest. It’s also the ability to sustain or focus on visual information for periods of time and be able to shift focus when necessary. This packet aims to work on both micro and macro visual attention. The exercises will challenge your patient’s ability to see images in a mess of overlaying designs. Work on short-term visual memory as they discover the differences between series of images. Enhance their ability to see the minute differences between images. Finally, track a pattern of icons to find which icon constructs which pattern.
This packet is great for kids, students, and individuals with aphasia. You can also use this packet with non-verbal individuals! The abilities to use this packet are endless.
Semantic (category) fluency and letter (phonemic) fluency are the focus of this worksheet packet. Displaced Characters is the first exercise. Your patient will have to read words on one side of the paper and figure out which word is missing on the other side. This game increases in difficulties when your patient will have to do this with an entire sentence. Next, your patient will have to figure out what fragments of words can create full words in our printed version of Split Words. The following exercise in this worksheet packet is Decipher. Your patient will have to decipher these very long quotes from famous people. But don’t worry, we’ve given your patients hints. The last exercise works specifically on semantic or category fluency. Your patient will have to sort lists of words into categories.
This packet is excellent for elementary school students and children with reading disabilities. Individuals who have aphasia or have experienced decline in verbal functioning skills may also find this packet enjoyable.
In this bridging workbook, go on a grocery shopping trip. Categorize the items you must buy, calculate your grocery bill and budget, and navigate a grocery store in this first-ever functional bridging packet. After completing this packet, try grocery shopping and see how you can become a more efficient and effective shopper!
Does your patient struggle to memorize and focus on comprehending visual information? This packet will test and engage your patient’s visual memory and attention skills. In this packet, your patient will start with a simple chunking exercise, where they must remember the shapes on the grid. Once completed, your patient’s attention skills will be next for stimulation. They will have to pay attention to details as they figure out which item doesn’t belong and find the one icon in a mess of different icons in the private eye exercise. After that, they will have to carefully count the number of ladybugs found on the pages in a print version of catch the ladybug. This version of catch the ladybug will challenge their memory and attention. Lastly, the packet will challenge them to recall designs on a shield from memory in Heraldry.