Stained Glass

This electronic visual organization task requires you to organize boxes according to colors. This game helps….

  • Improve memory
  • Increase visual attention
  • Improve organization and planning and problem- solving
  • Help the brain learn to work quicker

2 thoughts on “Stained Glass

  1. Thank you for any other great article. Where else may anyone get that type of information in such an ideal manner of writing? I have a presentation next week, and I am at the look for such information.

  2. Interesting approach “Stained Glass” for us with TBI lets try to slow down and stick to landings,(since its on the ground and as soon as we with the invisible injury try to stand on our feet) that I have difficulty walking, talking ,moving, reading, comprehending, keeping a thought long enough to fulfill it and bring it to reality,healing is somewhere and this invisible injury has me personally high in the skies but I cannot seem to have a good balance between stability and whom I used to be ,is my mind destined to stay adrift in space or is there a chance that I can save or at least salvage some of my forgotten goals and keep myself from being in the edge of this silent insanity I deal with daily. I commented only because as church stained glass windows seems to fascinate me maybe there is a God given unique approach that can help us with TBI to find healing or some peace of mind where reading is not involved. Stained Glass as a visual organization maybe more educating for us with reading comprehension problems which personally came about as an external force collided with my head. I do not know what Stained Glass is since this is the first I hear of it but a visual treatment if any sounds very positive.

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