cognitive stimulation for dementia

What is it?

Dementia describes a range of cognitive symptoms that affect daily living. Dementia is commonly associated with the elderly, as memory and other thinking skills start to decline in old age or after a brain injury. Depending on the severity of dementia, some symptoms may be improved. With the right non-pharmaceutical therapy, you can help your patient “re-wire” their brain to help them compensate in daily life.

What can be done for dementia patients?

Studies show that occupational therapy shows great success for dementia patients struggling with cognitive impairments impacting their daily lives.

A study by the Official Journal of the American Academy of Neurology found that:

 Reactivating occupational rehabilitation (memory training, manual/creative activities, improving sensorimotor functions, and self-management therapy) proved more efficient in improving cognitive performance, psychosocial functioning, emotional balance, and subjective well-being than functional rehabilitation (functional occupational therapy, physiotherapy, and speech therapy). 

Our tool provides a non-stressful environment for your patients through online occupational therapy activities that can be used with dementia patients. We know that not all patients are the same, and that each patient experiences different levels of complications. For this reason, we have incorporated a unique range of difficulty so that all patients can be successful at their own speeds.

Our clients working in the field of brain injury

Cognitive remediation for dementia
can target the following cognitive skills

The ability to enable goal-oriented behavior, cognitive flexibility, and emotional regulation.

Skill to be able to translate sounds into words and generate verbal output.

The ability to focus on tasks and details in order to complete and use them.

The ability to hear, process, blend, segment, and use sounds to shape behavior.


Enables you to perform tasks quickly and accurately.

Ability to process incoming visual stimuli, understand spatial relationships between objects, and visualize images and scenarios.

Work on the ability to process, encode, store, and retrieve visual information.

The ability to remember something written or spoken that was previously learned.

Enables you to store and retrieve of information needed to plan a route to a desire location.

Recommended HappyNeuron Pro exercises

Memory Exercises


Attention, visual working memory

I Remember You!

Visual and verbal working memory 

An American In Paris

Verbal and visual working memory

Attention Exercises

Ancient Writing

Pattern Recognition  

Private Eye

Visual Attention 

Find Your Way! 


Interested in trying our digital tools?

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.