About Preservation Pack

Preservation Pack was developed by the son and caregiver of an Alzheimer’s patient with the goal of providing an interesting game platform to engage, interact and stimulate attention, language skills, and memory for all who share in the activities together. Preservation Pack activities are aimed at a group of mental processes including attention, language skills, problem solving, decision making, and memory, while providing an enjoyable channel to connect with caregivers and loved ones. Click through the links on our Resources Page for the more information on Alzheimer’s and dementia.

Preservation Pack contains a deck of 60 cards. Each card contains one of 15 easy to relate to retro images. The 15 images are repeated 4 times in each deck, and are framed with one of 4 colors. Each individual participating in Preservation Pack activities is different and will respond differently to the activities. The activities are flexible so they can be tailored to individual needs. Most of the activities may be enjoyed by 2 – 6 participants of any age. The suggested activities range from easy to moderately challenging, but can be easily modified. Rotating Preservation Pack activities is important. Doing so will target different cognitive functions, while maintaining interest in the activities. Keep in mind, all activities are focused on exercising the brain and interacting with others, not winning.

Preservation Pack Cards