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  1. Dear Minta and Friends, Does your group enjoy games? I know of some games that are fun and easy to learn -- and you can play them anywhere. You won't even need a table or pens! I've found that they are perfect for people who are in the early or middle stages of Alzheimer's Disease. And the instructions have tips for making the games easier or harder, so they are very adaptable. Anyway, they're called Senior Sez games, and they have 3 different ones: a trivia game (with just two answers to each question), a categories game, and a game where the players try to guess popular sayings. They're a lot of fun. We recently ordered extra questions for our trivia game. If you want to buy these games, you can order them from the Alzheimer's Store (www.alzstore.com) or get them directly from the Senior Sez Games company: www.seniorsez.com - Phone: 609-332-0168. If you try them, let us know how they worked out for your group! Best, Nina
  2. Hi, I know of a few games that can be played one-on-one. (They can also be used for groups.) The games are in the Senior Sez series. They have a Trivia game, a categories game, and another game where you guess popular sayings. They're all really fun and easy. You can find out more on their website: www.seniorsez.com. Hope this helps! Kind Regards, Nina
  3. Hi! You might want to try one of the SENIOR SEZ games. They are great for "mixed" groups, with different levels of functioning. And the games can be made easier or harder, too. The instructions give suggested variations. You can play the games in groups, or one-on-one. (We have played them on bus trips.) The games are easy and fun, and really help to lift spirits. Our residents can't get enough of them. Anyway, there are several different Senior Sez games: a Trivia Game, a Categories Game, and a game with Popular Sayings. You can find out more about these games at www.seniorsez.com. Hope this is helpful! P.S. You don't need tables, paper, or pens to play the Senior Sez games. They come with wrist bands that are used for keeping score.
  4. Hi All, If you're looking for fun games for seniors, you might want to try the SENIOR SEZ games. They're a blast and were designed just for senior citizens. Senior Sez has several types of games: trivia, categories, and a game about popular sayings. Play in groups or one-on-one. The games are great for jogging memory and generating laughs. And you can play them anywhere -- in a living room, on a bus trip, etc. You don't need tables or pens or paper. They are easy to learn and simple to play. These games work well for people with many different levels of functioning. And the instructions give suggestions for making the games easier or harder. They can even be played by patients in different stages of Alzheimer's disease. If you'd like to find out more, you can visit the Senior Sez website (www.seniorsez.com) -- and read the testimonials from other Activity Directors. Hope you'll enjoy these games as much as we do!!
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