Today we present you a new game to work on episodic memory with adults called Remember the Names.
What does this activity to work on episodic memory in adults consist of?
This activity consists of memorizing the names of the people shown.
The following is an example of the activity Remember the Names to work on episodic memory with adults:
What does this activity work on?
In this game we work on episodic memory. The patient must exercise the mind to memorize the names of different people of all ages.
Application in daily life
Being able to retain the names of the people around us is fundamental for social interaction.
One of the big problems seen when cognitive impairment begins is the loss of this ability. Therefore, it is essential to practice and create various mnemonic strategies to achieve a better memory and face-name association.
Levels of difficulty
The game is divided by stages. Stage 1 being the easiest and stage 9 the most difficult.
The patient will automatically level up or down according to his successes or mistakes. In addition, the professional can choose the stage manually.
Moreover, customized stages can be created to suit the patient’s specific needs.
In this game we will be able to define some parameters of the activity such as:
- number of elements,
- similarity between elements
- maximum errors.
In adaptability, you can select whether you want the movement of the garments to be draggable or just by clicking on them (depending on the patient’s functionality, you can choose the different options).
You will be able to choose other general features such as:
- Number of exercises
- Inactivity warning
- Show timer
Remember the Names has a children’s version called Learning Names with a children’s design adapted to the youngest ones.