Electronic game helps older people to remember daily tasks

| 24 Nov 2015

A study has found that playing electronic, memory based games can have a significant impact on older people’s ability to plan and live independently. Participants in the Australian Catholic University study made improvements in many memory based activities, such as remembering to eat breakfast and take medication.

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