This week we publish a new activity for adults thanks to the suggestion of one of our clients who works at a Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center. It is called Sticky Notes in Order, an activity to work episodic memory.
“We do this activity manually with actual sticky notes, but we think it could be more motivating on the computer”, explained one of the professionals of the center, and we hope it will be useful for everyone!
What does the patient have to do?
Patients have to memorize the position of a sequence of numbers and then click on them in the correct order. In the following video we show you an example:
What does this activity work?
This activity works visual episodic and short-term episodic memory.
Ways to work with this game
Sticky Notes in Order is a game and as such it can be played in two ways:
1. By levels
The game is divided into levels. Level 1 being the easiest and level 12 the most complicated
The pateint will automatically level up or down according to his successes or mistakes. In addition, the professional can choose the level manually.
2. Personalized levels
In addition, customized levels can be created to adapt them to the specific needs of the patient
We will be able to personalize the following parameters:
- The number of elements
- Type of help (hidden sticky notes).
- Size of the matrix
In addition, you can customize other general aspects such as:
- The number of exercises
- Maximum time.
- If you want a visible timer for the activity.
- If you want to include inactivity warning or not.
- Modify the instructions.
This activity is available in English, Spanish and French.
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Suggestions or comments
If you would like to suggest an activity or give us an idea or feedback write us at firstname.lastname@example.org, write is in our chat feature, call us at +1 (305) 424-8333 or get in touch via social media and we’d love to hear what you have to say!
And please 🙏 help us to improve and when you try this game with your patients let us know what you think