One task, several levels
One task, several levels
We release these minis twice per month and each focuses on only one task with several difficulty settings.
The most recent 5 minis are always free so make sure to grab them while they are free!
Math and computational
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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.
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!
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.