These 5 alternating attention tasks require patients to alternate attention between the objects ordered at the top of the page and the objects randomly placed below. These tasks do not require the patient to read and may work for people who have aphasia or when there is a language barrier.
Challenge #1: Connect the dots by drawing lines between them. Connect them in order of the colors listed on the left side of the page.
Challenge #2: Connect the dots by drawing lines between them. Connect them in order of the colors listed on the left side of the page. Connect them in numerical order. For example, start with the blue dot with a 1 in it, then draw a line to the green dot with a 1 in it, then draw a line to the grey dot with a 1 in it, then draw a line to the blue dot with a 2 in it, etc.
This task is designed for speech-language pathologists addressing attention, processing speed, and working memory within a structured rehabilitation setting. The product includes information designed for patients' families on how to use these tasks outside of therapy to provide additional opportunities to address goals. It also includes three pages of visuals to help structure the tasks and provide visual cues.
Tech specs: Digital download. 15 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches. PDF format. 17 MB.