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Brain Training Games For Elderly

Fun Brain Training Games for Early Stages of Dementia

While brain training games won’t improve your IQ, there’s plenty of evidence to show that they can help patients in the early stages of dementia stay sharper for longer. They work by strengthening the brain’s neural connections, working memory and mental agility. They’re also fun! Here are few brain-training games to try, recommended by Alzheimers.net

Luminosity
Use free on iPad and iPhone, Luminosity is used by 70 million people around the world. Daily programs challenge the brain at your loved one’s unique level.

Brain Trainer
Brain Trainer is the largest collection of brain games on the market and available on Google Play. Use the free version, or upgrade to pro.

Brain Metrix
Use your computer to access a wide range of fun, brain-stretching brainteasers and puzzles, totally free.

Carol Pardue-Spears

Carol has worked in the healthcare field for more than forty years. As a Certified Nursing Assistant, she worked for El Camino Hospital in the cardiac unit, Los Gatos Community Hospital, The Women’s Cancer Center in Los Gatos and several home health and hospice agencies. Carol founded Family Matters in 2002 to fill a deficit she witnessed in high-quality, in-home services and care.