Memory Games & Matching Games Help Improve Memory…
Sometimes it is difficult to connect with our loved ones, these matching games will give you the power to engage with your loved one …in their world.
Your loved one will enjoy these Age Appropriate, familiar themes from The Saturday Evening Post, featuring Norman Rockwell and Sarah Stilwell Weber. Their timeless illustrations capture attention and motivate participation and will not make them feel like a child.
These Memory Games are sometimes referred to as Matching Games, all have been successfully tested with Elderly, Alzheimer and Dementia patients, proven to be beneficial brain exercises and memory exercises, stimulating emotions, problem solving skills and hand-eye coordination.
Precious gifts memory exercise and brain exercise help build confidence and will definitely put a smile on Alzheimer and Dementia patients.
Designed specifically for those with special needs: Memory Jogging Puzzles created and designed these Age Appropriate Matching Games & Memory Games for elderly, early onset dementia and middle stages of dementia.
Also referred to Matching Games and Memory Match Games. They are played similar to go fish… with a twist.
Played at their level for success, instruction card included.
Note: Old habits can be recalled in Alzheimer and Dementia patients - one reason Memory Jogging Puzzles and Memory Games are successful. And, you can count on The Saturday Evening Post’s familiar images to capture your loved ones attention, motivate participation and stimulate conversation.
Tip: Grandchildren love to interact with grandparents using these memory games and it doesn’t have to be a holiday.
Mind Improvement Games
MatchMate – Matching Game, my first memory exercise game created for Alzheimer’s & Dementia patients success in 2008. Brain exercise & Memory Game focuses on improving memory & recognition. Norman Rockwell illustrations. 9.95 – In Caregivers Kit.
What’s Mis ing? - Matching Game more challenging than MatchMate using same Norman Rockwell illustrations for image recall. One must find missing item in picture. Several ways to play. Great problem-solving game! 9.95 - In Caregivers Kit.
gossips – Matching Game or Solitaire – Hairdo’s & Hats from 40′s… easily bring smiles & laughter to elderly, dementia and Alzheimer patients enjoy this Memory Game. Also available: gossips LV (Low Vision). Also available: gossips LV (Low Vision). 12.95 – In Caregivers Kit.
Hats & Bonnets Matching Game – Ladies & Gents hats from the past, will bring smiles and stimulate recollection. 9.95
Sing A Long – Songs of Yesterday – It is amazing, folks who don’t talk much, still REMEMBER & SING these great tunes from yesterday. Great 4 color photos to go with songs. Take your loved one down memory lane. You are My Sunshine … remember? They will too. 12.95 – In Caregivers Kit.
I discovered a Secret for success while testing MatchMate, my first Memory Match Game. I had to adjust the game to the patients level in order for them to feel good and for me to see a smile. Sometimes that is starting with 3 cards. Instruction card included.
Many games are difficult for those with special needs, played by the rules only causes frustration in many dementia patients.
I developed these Memory Match Games for your loved one to enjoy. If they don’t want to play cards, you can talk about the great pictures triggering emotions and memories. Keep in mind they lose focus easily, keep it short and sweet.
These Memory Games for elderly, Alzheimers and Dementia patients have been simplified and successfully tested with Elderly, Alzheimer and Dementia patients. Proven to be beneficial brain exercises and memory exercises, stimulating emotions, problem solving skills and hand-eye coordination. In a group situation I witnessed group socializing, helping each other and laughter.