These memory games for dementia are powerful tools used in cognitive therapy to help slow down memory loss and brain deterioration.
They are not only memory exercise and brain exercise, but are great mind stimulating exercises. Played routinely improve concentration and focus; improve problem-solving skills and hand-eye coordination.
These memory games also called match games stimulate reminiscing and socializing because:
- Age-appropriate family oriented artwork by Norman Rockwell and Sarah Stilwell Weber, from The Saturday Evening Post Collection.
- Their realistic artwork captures attention; stimulates curiosity and participation, stimulating memories and emotions.
- Storytelling pictures help loved ones to interact and encourage conversation.
These qualities help make these memory match games the best memory activities and brain exercises on the market.
Memory Games for Dementia used for Cognitive Exercise
These Memory Games are used for cognitive therapy in-homes and care centers throughout USA and abroad because, they have been tested by elderly, different levels of dementia and stroke patients with Positive Results.
Note: Memory Games are also known as Brain Games, Mind Stimulating Games, Match Games, Memory Improving Games, Memory Match Games, Memory Matching Games, Memory Exercise Games, Brain Exercise Game.
Different names, but basically are used for the same purpose: to improve or slow down memory loss and brain deterioration in elderly, Alzheimer, dementia and stroke patients, but there is one difference.
These brain games / memory games have been proven beneficial memory improvement games for dementia.
I discovered a way for dementia and stroke patients to experience success while testing my first Memory Match Game, MatchMate.
Secret: I had to throw out the rules and adjust the match game to the level of person playing.
Playing the game this way enabled dementia and stroke patients to experience success, and for me to see a smile.
MatchMate – Memory Match Game for Dementia
What’s Mis ing? – Brain Exercise & Memory Match Game
More challenging than MatchMate, uses the same Norman Rockwell images for memory recollection. Requires the player to use problem-solving skills. Size: 3.5×5” $9.95 ~~
gossips – Brain Game & Memory Game for Elderly
Gossips has hilarious characters, hairdo’s and hats from 40’s. Collection of characters from One of Norman Rockwell collected paintings for The Saturday Evening Post dated, March 6, 1948, entitled “Chain of Gossip”. Game can also be played like solitaire. Size: 3.5×5” $10.95~~
gossips LV – Brain Game & Memory Game for low vision
Hats & Bonnets – Match Game for Dementia
Happy Days 2n1 – Brain Game & Match Game for Dementia
Shapes 2n1 – Brain Game & Memory Match Game
Matching Game & Word Association Game. Shapes matching game is in black/white, making the shapes easily defined for those with low vision.~~