What Games Do Seniors Like to Play?

Board games, quizzes, memory games, and card games provide excellent cognitive training and endless entertainment and fun. These games also offer great ways to socialize but also can prevent cognitive impairment typical for dementia or slow down the progression of the symptoms in people who already dementia.

Consider games such as sudoku, Uno, Scrabble, Bingo, dominoes, chess, Bridge, Rummy, Solitaire, puzzles, and other games that provide fun and keep your mind sharp.

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