Product Updates + Suggestions

  • Sugar plays a crucial role in our brain health and cognitive function. However, too much can be detrimental to our health. So let’s break it down. Wh

  • Stress can sometimes feel productive, like when you’re worried about an assignment so you work hard on it to make sure you do a great job. However, st

  • Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to modify connections and change its activity in response to stimuli, basically “re-wiring” itself. So, what do

  • Clinicians may want to work with clients on setting cognitive goals - these could be anything from feeling happier, to improving their attention or me

  • Have you ever wondered why we can feel exhausted after a day of working our brains, even if we haven’t physically exerted ourselves at all? After a ha

  • During the winter, many people suffer from colds and the symptoms that come with them: congestion, coughing, and body aches. While many people feel ph

  • The brain has its own unique way of responding to a surprising event or situation. When the brain wants you to pay attention to something, it will mak

  • Learning how to deal with stress is an integral part of everyday life. Stress occurs at all stages of life and can come in several forms. During the d

  • Many survivors of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) often deal with feelings of anger and irritability after their injury. For some, these feelings of an

  • For many people, being around “green space”, such as grass, plants, forests, and more, is just a factor of their everyday life. However, recent studie

  • Sleep is one of the most important parts of everyday life. It allows the brain to take a break and recharge, as well as preserve and consolidate one’s

  • Childrens’ friendships impact not only their social development but also their cognitive development. In fact, researchers have found that there are d

  • Often when we think of cognitive dysfunction, we do not imagine our cute pets at home. However, our furry friends may suffer from canine cognitive dys

  • If you live in the northern hemisphere, you are probably familiar with the drastic change of seasons. With the switch from the summer to the fall come

  • Depending where you live, winter months may be filled with snow, ice, and sleet. With low temperatures and less daylight, the winter months can impact


Looking for Free Resources?

Check out our worksheet website for our newest free resources. We have a big (and always growing) selection of cognitive worksheets. In addition to our mini worksheets, we offer big packets (25+ pages of exercises), bridging packets (real-world life with cognitive exercises), or choose bundles that focus on a cognitive function, a medical condition, or a theme. Head to our worksheet site to see it all!