Resource Library – Activities and Games for Brain Injuries

Library Resources and Online Check-out: Activities and Games for Brain Injuries
NM Brain Injury Resource Center
(Return to the full library catalogue here.)

HOW IT WORKS:
1. Choose a Brain Injury Rehabilitation Workbook resource below.
2. Fill out out the contact form. Resources can be sent directly to you from the NM BIRC. (You can also come by the NM BIRC office to pick up your resources in-person.)

Library Check-out Form
Please include the name of the resource needed and a complete address where you would like the resource to be sent.

    Activities and Games for Brain Injuries
    (Return to the full library catalogue here.)

    Title
    Author
    Description

    1. Strokes of Color
    Laura De La Cruz
    An adult coloring book for stroke survivors.
    2. Color Your Mind A Coloring Book for Those With Alzheimer's
    Maria Shriver
    A book filled with both information and inspiration with coloring pages, activity suggestions, and ideas for shared reflection and conversation.
    3. 417 more games, puzzles & trivia challenges specially designed to Keep Your Brain Young.
    Nancy Linde
    A brand-new collection of puzzles, trivia challenges, brainteasers, and word games that are not only great fun to do but specifically designed to give your brain the kind of workout that stimulates neurogenesis, the process that allows the brain to grow new cells.
    4. 5 minute Brain Workout
    Kim Chamberlain
    This book contains a wide variety of games and puzzles for people who enjoy
    5. Brain Games: Lower your Brain Age in Minutes a Day
    Connie Formby
    This book will keep your mind young and fit by exposing you to an exciting range of puzzles, each exercising different cognitive skills.
    6. Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain
    Mark F. Bear, Barry W. Connors, and Michael A. Paradiso
    This book surveys the organization and function of the human nervous system. It presents material at the cutting edge of neuroscience in a way that is accessible to both science and nonscience students alike.
    7. Puzzles For Stroke Patients
    Kalman Toth
    The puzzles in this book are at 4 different difficulty levels, therefore, can be customized for each patient.
    8. The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Activity Book
    Jennifer Guest
    100 illustrated handouts for creative therapeutic work.
    The Memory Workbook
    Douglas J. Mason, Psy.D and Michael L. Kohn, Psy.D.
    An interactive workbook that provides a program designed to help require the mental habits that interfere with memory functioning.
    10. The Total Brain Workout
    Marcel Danesi, Ph.D.
    You'll find 450 fun, challenging and absorbing puzzles designed to specifically target the core parts of your brain that control language, logic, memory, reasoning and visual perception.
    11. Ultimate Mind Games with over 400 Puzzles
    Parragon Books
    Over 400 puzzles including sudoku, crosswords, and many more.