Use relevant everyday activities to treat a wide range of functional cognitive skills including the ability to search and locate information, compare information and identify discrepancies, follow a list and hold items in mind, keep track and update information, shift responses with changing directions, create lists, enter information into schedules, plan, organize, manage complex directions with multiple criteria.
Versatile, engaging activities involving use of schedules, lists and cards.
- Therapist Manual & Sample Activities
- Activity Color-Coded Cards
- Direction Color-Coded Cards
- Dry-Erase Laminated Schedules
- Flash Drive with Activities, Worksheets, and Supplemental Activities
Full Kit: $99 – Includes Manual, 260 Activity Cards, 98 direction cards, 4 Alternate Schedule Activities.
Single Starter Kit: $65 – Includes Manual, 65 Activity Cards, 33 Direction Cards. 1 Schedule Activity (Classes and Activities)
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Simulated Work Activities
OVER 100 ACTIVITIES USEING NAME LISTS, BUSINESS CARDS, FORMS, RECEIPTS, INVOICES, REGISTRATION LISTS , QUESTION CARDS AND WORKSEETS
COMPARING BUSINESS CARDS TO NAME LISTS, OR A REGISTRATION LIST.
ORGANIZING AND SORTING BUSINESS CARDS
COMPLETING INVITATIONS, RECIPTS, INVOICES OR TRAVEL EXPENSE FORMS.
PREPARING AND ASSEMBLING ITEMS FOR A MAILING
CREATING OR INTERPRETING AND SUMMARIZING TABLES, CHARTS OR GRAPHS
EASY TO COMPLEX ACTIVITIES
Activities designed using principles from the Multicontext Approach (MC).
Manuals provides treatment forms; framework for using a metacognitive strategy approach
Focuses on cognitive strategies for everyday functioning
Alternate activities allow for immediate assessment of carryover and transfer of strategies
Self-Evaluation checklists or templates for all activities (to allow for client self-checking)
Highly Adaptable and Versatile: Activities are divided into those with Low, Medium and High cognitive demands. Tailor treatment to the Client’s cognitive needs and abilities.
Brief Activities for those with lower cognitive abilities (eg. limited attention, working memory, or moderate spatial neglect), as well as Higher-Level, comprehensive activities for clients with Subtle Executive Function impairments.
For Adults with Functional Cognitive Deficits, e.g. Acquired Brain Injury (stroke, TBI, MS) Mild cognitive Impairment (MCI); Parkinson’s Disease; Mental Health Conditions