Games for seniors are not only fun, but also good for their brains. It also provides social opportunities and can be adapted to suit a wide range of physical limitations.

Games such as mind games, puzzles and board games are entertaining for all ages, offering a range of benefits that can help to improve an individual’s mental capacity and abilities. In turn, these can help to fight the symptoms and worsening of age-related conditions, such as dementia and Alzheimer’s, ultimately contributing to a greater and more happier sense of well-being.

Some of the benefits of games are:

  • Improvements to memory capabilities
  • Improved concentration level
  • Improve hand-eye coordination
  • Improvements to motor skills
  • Improved ability to work independently or as a team
  • A greater sense of purpose
  • Increased development of social skills
  • Promotes intergeneration bonding.

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