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Cognitive Training Solutions for Activity Directors to Use with Seniors

Discover HappyNeuron Pro, the ultimate platform and tool for Activity Directors looking to find more fun, engaging activities for seniors in nursing homes to help combat the cognitive signs of aging and dementia.

HappyNeuron Pro is the perfect resource for activity directors working with seniors in nursing homes. As we get older, people may experience cognitive deficits in memory and spatial awareness. Searching for different fun activities that support cognitive engagement can often be time-consuming and challenging.

With HappyNeuron Pro, activity directors and clinical providers have 45+ different computer-based tasks that target different cognitive skills. All of these tasks come with multiple settings and variable difficulty. Each activity features thousands of data sets, so they can be repeated with new content every time. This takes away the burden of printing out materials to use and gives the therapist more time with their client to do therapy.

Cognitive training research

Read more about the benefits of cognitive training and cognitive stimulation for older adults across various platforms in these scholarly articles from researchers in neuroscience, psychiatry, psychology, and aging.

“Our findings suggested that cognitive training of moderate intensity, supported by a web platform, could lead to significant improvements in cognitive and psychological well-being in older people with subjective memory complaints.”
Efficacy of a computer-based cognitive training program in older people with subjective memory complaints: a randomized study – Pereira-Morales, Angela J


“Evidence from observational studies and randomized, controlled trials suggests that engagement in activities that are cognitively stimulating is beneficial to cognitive functioning.”
Promotion of cognitive health through cognitive activity in the aging population – Tiffany F Hughes, PhD, MPH


“Cognitively normal elderly individuals who engage in specific mentally stimulating activities even in late life have a decreased risk of incident Mild Cognitive Impairment.”
Association Between Mentally Stimulating Activities in Late Life and the Outcome of Incident Mild Cognitive Impairment, With an Analysis of the APOE ε4 Genotype – Janina Krell-Roesch, PhD; Prashanthi Vemuri, PhD; Anna Pink, MD; et al


“Results indicated that participants were able to improve their performance across a range of tasks with training”
Computerised Cognitive Training for Older Persons With Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Pilot Study Using a Randomised Controlled Trial Design – Maurice Finn and Skye McDonald



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We also provide free worksheets which you can use with our digital tool to supplement the material we provide. Join the many activity directors and clinical providers who use HappyNeuron Pro to help their clients today!

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Pulling from our decades of experience in Cognitive Therapeutics, we aim to help you enrich your practice through the use of digital and paper tools.