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Visually Processing a Space in 2D and 3D

December 23, 2021 by Megan Berg.
This 3-stage therapy task moves from easy to difficult, challenging the ability to perceive two-dimensional and three-dimensional spatial concepts. Designed to address left neglect/hemi-spatial neglect, visuo-spatial processing, calculation, working memory, and sequencing, this task is best suited for speech-language pathologists and other therapists working with people who have survived brain injuries and are in a […]
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Telling and Calculating Time

December 23, 2021 by Megan Berg.
This task is designed for rehabilitation therapists working with adults in rehabilitation settings working on being able to read clocks, tell time, and calculate time in functional situations.
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Preparing a 1040EZ Tax Form Based on a Sample W2

December 23, 2021 by Megan Berg.
Filing taxes requires working memory, sustained and alternating attention, calculation, and problem solving. This task is designed as a basic practice for those who are working towards improving these skills and/or ultimately a goal of filing their taxes independently.
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Planning and Organizing a Week Based on 6 Voicemails (Set #1)

December 23, 2021 by Megan Berg.
This task provides a real-world scenario where patients are given 6 voicemail tasks with various information (e.g., the veterinarian calling with information on when to pick up pet meds or a friend calling to set up a time for dinner together). They are provided with a weekly calendar. A transcript of the voicemails is also available.
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Creating a Grocery List for a Dinner Party

December 23, 2021 by Megan Berg.
This therapy task targets planning, organizing, calculation, and cognitive flexibility. Patients are tasked with creating a grocery shopping list based on recipes.
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Navigating Menus and Calculating Costs

December 23, 2021 by Megan Berg.
Clients are challenged to calculate different costs for food items, calculate if a few pints of beer is more expensive than a pitcher, or, for an added bonus, convert prices from a New Zealand menu into U.S. dollars. Great for patients working on visual tracking as well as the above-mentioned cognitive-linguistic skills.
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Lemonade Stand Business Plan

December 23, 2021 by Megan Berg.
This higher level cognitive task requires basic addition and multiplication skills to help kids put together a business plan for a basic lemonade stand. Patients are challenged to calculate cost per cup of lemonade based on recipe as well as profit per cup based on various price points.
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Following Multi-Step Directions Using the Visualization Strategy

December 23, 2021 by Megan Berg.
8 sets of multi-step directions spanning in difficulty from 1-step to 4-step to before/after instructions. These tasks are designed to be able to be completed with supplies you find in a therapy gym; they are designed to be completed with the use of one arm/hand. The task includes instructions on how to use a visualization […]
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Finding Medication Box Errors Set #1

December 23, 2021 by Megan Berg.
For this activity, the patient will need to read the directions for each medication to know how often it should be taken. Then they will need to notice errors with the medication box which requires good attention and visual reasoning. This task could also be used for a visual scanning activity. Features realistic medication labels and 2 different pages with different challenges.
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Card Sorting with Visuals

December 23, 2021 by Megan Berg.
This task is designed for rehabilitation therapists addressing attention, processing speed, and working memory within a structured rehabilitation setting. The product includes information designed for patients’ families on how to use these tasks outside of therapy to provide additional opportunities to address goals. It also includes three pages of visuals to help structure the tasks […]
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