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  • Best Video Games for Seniors

    A Place For Mom

    Video games can be engaging for seniors and have the potential to encourage cognitive improvements in older adults. World of Warcraft is one such popular game that could be beneficial for older adults. Read this resource to learn more about World of Warcraft and other brain games.

  • Brain Games for Seniors

    Senior living

    Brain games can be used to slow the onset and progression of memory loss. There are many types of games you can play such as memory games, word games, mobile games, and more. Read this resource for more ideas.

  • The Best Brain Games for Seniors

    Senior Living Link

    Brain games can help keep your memory and cognitive ability strong as you age. You can find brain games online and in books. Read this resource to find examples of different engaging games you can play to stay sharp.

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