This week we have many new features: a new working memory worksheet, an improvement in the ‘Exact Payments’ activity… Keep reading, we’ll tell you all about it!
1. New working memory worksheet
Starting today you have available in digital format the worksheet ‘Image sequence recognition’..
This activity was already available on paper, but in addition to digitizing it, we have updated its printed version.
How is it played?
Each worksheet consists of memorizing a series of drawings in order and then recognizing the sequence, among the various response options offered.
As you advance in level, you must memorize more elements and there will be more and more similar answer options.
Unlike other NeuronUP activities where the user must memorize a series of elements and then remember them freely, in this case we work on the recognition after memorization, a fundamental work in certain pathologies.
See in the next video how to play ‘Image sequence recognition’! 👇
What cognitive functions does this activity work?
This activity is to reinforce working memory.
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3. Improvement in the activity ‘Exact payments’
Thanks to the suggestion of Rosa Martín, a professional from the La Asunción Charitable Foundation, we have included a new parameter in the activity ‘Exact payments’.
Now when customizing this game you can also choose which is the largest bill or coin that will appear to our user..
This improvement is also available in the children’s version ‘Pocket Money‘.
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Suggestions or comments
Let’s hope you make the most of this activity!
If you would like to give us your opinion or suggest any new activity, write to us at [email protected], call us at +1-305-424-8333 or contact us through social networks and we will help you!
Please 🙏, help us to improve and when you try this new activity tell us if you find it useful!
All the best,
The NeuronUP team
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