Information submitted by SAIL Member Pat Kallsen
Hopefully, you’ve taken advantage of SAIL’s twice-monthly tech tutoring and are making the most of your electronic devices! Among the many apps you can download are these fun games and puzzles that are great for your brain!
Pat Kallsen shared a website with us that lists a variety of electronic ways to keep your mind sharp. The website is featured in the article referenced below. It focuses on individuals with dementia, but the activities listed are great for everyone. They include hand-held electronic card games, apps to play fun computer games based on game shows like Wheel of Fortune or Jeopardy, and special brain fitness apps available for your phone or tablet.
Check out the article here. If you’d like help getting these apps set up on your device, make sure to check out our twice-monthly tech tutoring sessions, available on our online calendar here. Our technology expert Dave Friedman will be happy to help you get it set up. You can also call the SAIL office at 608-230-4321 to sign up for tech tutoring.
Have fun playing your favorite games and boosting your brain in the process!
Thank you, Pat, for sending this helpful information.
Tech tutoring is offered at Alicia Ashman Library and Monona Grove Library once per month at each location. Thirty-minute sessions one-on-one with a tech tutor are available. The service is free for Full SAIL Members and $20 for Associate Members. Sign up for a thirty-minute slot online via our online calendar or call 608-230-4321. Hurry, spots fill up fast!
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