AUTISM, DEMENTIA, LOW VISION/BLIND, PRESCHOOL, FAMILY
12 Poka Dots is a game like Dominos, 1-4 players, 2 very easy solitaire games, Pappy's game with strategies. All ages. Play with skills or without. 28 regular U.S. Poker sizeed cards come wrapped in a shrink wrap band.
(You will need a glue glue to make this game tactical.) ... [click here for more]
FAMILY - especially helpful in learning some rules of the game.
B-Ball (Basketball 2-4 players, NO skill required). 42 regular U.S. Poker sized cards wrapped with a one inche cellephane band.
Incredible life rules from Southeast Missouri State University Women's basketball coach, Reka Patterson, on the backs! ... [click here for more]
DEMENTIA, FAMILYCaballos Locos - 6” x 6”, for one person. There is a solution, but someone can spend time alone and work on remembering which crazy horse half goes with the other half. 9 cards with four different colored and patterned horses. Comes with one inch cellephane band. ... [click here for more]
DEMENTIA, PRESCHOOLKitchen Match - Designed for lower-mid functioning dementia patients. Requires a caregiver to assis at that levelt.
Higher functioning dementia patients enjoy playing memory match where all the cards are face down and you draw 2 and try to remember where the pairs are. This becomes a true memory training exercise!
36 Regular U.S. Poker... [click here for more]
DEMENTIA, PRESCHOOLPatchwork - for one person, engagement only. There is no memory training. Low functioning dementia patients can spend hours arranging and rearranging these brightly colored 9 cards that are 6” x 6”. There is no right or wrong way.
Excellent training and color learning for preschoolers.
These cards come wrapped with a cellephane... [click here for more]
What's Your Favorite? is the creation of 2 dads based on a game they play with their kids at the pool. They would ask "What's Your Favorite Ice Cream Flavor (for example)?" and the kids would jump into the pool screaming their favorite ice cream flavor. The kids (ranging in age from 7 to 11 at the time) loved the game and still do. As a result the "What's Your Favorite" card game was born.
Do you... [click here for more]