• Teach logical order and expressive language
• Photographs of real and diverse objects, people, and situations
• Laminated cards hold up to repeated use
Color Cards: Basic Sequences helps caregivers teach the logical order of common everyday activities to the person in their care who struggles with cognitive impairment. Completely revised to include 16 new three-step sequences. The full-color photographs demonstrate simple, sequentially related actions that help establish basic concepts and understanding of direction, logical thought, and expressive language. Sequences include changing a baby, making a bed, and playing a CD. Cards have rounded corners and are laminated to stand-up to repeated use.
Recommended for those with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, or cognitive impairments.
Includes instructions, 48 laminated 6” x 8” cards, and storage box.
Manual includes directions for use and contents are in English and eight
other languages. 48 laminated, 6” x 8” cards, manual, and storage box.