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These packets include at least 4 different exercises with each having several difficulty settings and bridging activities. Each packet focuses on a cognitive function, a medical condition, or a theme.
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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.
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.
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.
Visual-spatial skills help us rotate objects and understand spatial relations. This packet will challenge your client to learn effective strategies to manipulate visually and spatially compare objects mentally. The first exercise will challenge their ability to place themselves in relation to critical objects on a map. Next, they will have to label a hand in motion appropriately. They will then have to use their visual separation skills to break apart a series of images to uncover what the hidden objects are within an entangled figure. The last exercise will combine all three skills engaged in the packet. Your patient will have to study a series of images and uncover which image is the reflection of the others.
This packet is great to use with children. It is perfect to use with kids who are not reading or reading. Individuals who struggle to tell apart their left and right hand will find the packet helpful. This packet is also ideal for lower-functioning individuals. The packet will leave everyone feeling they had fun and accomplished a semi-difficult task.
Developing vocabulary and being able to use it requires verbal memory. The cognitive ability to recall and use words also uses verbal memory. We understand the importance of that. That is why we developed this verbal memory packet. The goal of this packet is to challenge your ability to remember and recall words. The first exercise will challenge you to word fragments together to make logical words. In the next exercise, you must produce words with only a set letter or letter combo. The second to last will fully engage both verbal and memory. You will have to recall words and their location on a grid. The final exercise will combine all of the strategies work on previously in the packet. This print version of Restaurant will challenge you to recall names and orders.
This packet will help you learn techniques needed to recall details from an article or story you have read, notes from a work meeting, or information from an email. This packet is great for individuals with aphasia or students eight years or older.
When we read or do math, we use reasoning to be able to complete and understand sentences that we read or to solve equations with missing variables. This packet will test your ability to use deductive reasoning to complete sentences in a paragraph, place words into categories, correctly sequence numbers, and use clues to find words within a sea of letters. This packet will help you learn strategies you need to think critically, use information at hand, process information effectively, and take action.
Attention, planning, and decision making are all skills that we need to get through our day successfully. In this packet, you will be challenged to complete attention based skills. You will practice staying on task, finding anomalies in a set of information, recognizing patterns, and compare and contrast objects. This packet is a great workout for your frontal lobe.
Does your client find focusing tough? What about paying attention to details? Our attention packet is a great workout for your client’s brain, as they must have a sharp eye to solve these attention grabbing problems in this packet!
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.
Visual spatial skills help us rotate objects and understand spatial relations. Using this HAPPYneuron Pro worksheet, your client will be challenged to learn effective strategies to mentally manipulate and compare objects. For a bridging activity to supplement this worksheet, have your client construct a figure using blocks.