Friday, March 19, 2010

March 18

Still no progress on the Medicaid problems, but Greg is meeting with someone today to see if she can help move the process along. Sounds like, from what Debi told me, she's ready to fight for Jeremy.

Jeremy's doing good, still doing his therapies, still hanging out at Elk's. Lately, Debi's been reading some new information about exercising the brain, which is what she thinks that the therapists are using the computer games for in therapy. So, in Jeremy's free time she's been doing a lot of memory games and Sudoku on the computer with him. He really enjoys doing Sudoku, numbers you know, but Debi thinks it might be nice to find some other good online games for him to try.

If you have any ideas of good brain games that are not too complex and fun to play, please comment on this post and let us know. We haven't really had the time to do the research ourselves to find new games, but if you have one that you already play, that would be so great!

Thank you for your prayers! More updates and pictures this weekend, Stephen and I will be back in Boise!



  1. Hey, about computer games. When I was recovering in the nursing home I was recommended It's all brain games and they keep track of your progress as you go along. It's supposed to help improve memory and attention. It gives you feedback on how you're progressing and it has different courses to choose from and assessment tools to help. The downside is that it's only free for the first month. A person could just NOT ugrade (like I did, I didn't have the money) or it's like 17/month to continue after that first month. I used it for that first month and it was fun and yet helpful. Anyway, it's free for a while so I thought it was worth mentioning.

  2. Readers Digest has some online games. I played a couple of them. Memory type. Check them out. Just go to Readers Digest Games.


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