Target all of your cognition goals in one fun, familiar game. With my patients, I included the following categories to treat deficits related to word-finding (anomia), safety judgment, orientation, memory (immediate and distant), and categorization/organization skills.
Brittany’s Jeopardy Board
100 – The room where you brush your teeth. (Bathroom/Restroom)
200 – A tool used to groom your hair. (Comb/Brush/Razor)
300 – Utensil that is used to drink liquids. (Straw)
400 – Clothing that is worn when it is 40 degrees Fahrenheit. (Warm clothing items/Coat/Gloves/Long Pants)
500 – A fruit that is small, round, and can be purple or green. (Grapes)
Safety Judgment/Reasoning (What should you do?)
100 – You find a puddle of water on your kitchen floor.
200 – You hear something outside of your window.
300 – It’s the middle of the night and you realize you have no toilet paper.
400 – The bathtub is clogged and won’t drain.
500 – You drop a glass and it shatters on your dining room floor.
100 -Today’s date.
200 – The name of this facility.
300 – A therapist you currently work with.
400 – The location of the lunch menu/What you are having for lunch today.
500 – A nurse working today.
100 – How do you contact NSG from your room?
200 – One activity you did in therapy yesterday.
300 – One goal you are working on in therapy.
400 – What you ate for lunch.
500 – Your roommate’s name.
100 – George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Bill Clinton (U.S. Presidents)
200 – China, Mexico, Canada (Countries)
300 – Period, Question Mark, Comma (Punctuation Marks)
400 – Blender, Washing Machine, Stove (Appliances)
500 – Bicycle, Bus, Limosine (Vehicles for Transportation)
All the best,
Brittany Fontenot, M.A., CF-SLP
“I lay down and slept;
I woke again, for the Lord sustained me.”