Aphasia Cafe Recap: Favourite Word Games

The last Aphasia Cafe chat occurred on November 6th. We got together to talk about games. We updated our list of your favourite word games a little while ago, but people added new games to the list. Lexulous, Words With Friends, and Wordscape were popular apps during the call. Apples to Apples was a popular board game, which led to a very funny conversation about Cards Against Humanity.

The bi-weekly (as in, every two weeks) chat is a great place to check in with fellow people with aphasia, caregivers, or people who work with aphasia. It’s an aphasia-friendly space where you can take your time, meet other people with aphasia, and talk about whatever is on your mind.

The next chat will take place on November 20th at noon (Eastern Standard Time), and we will be discussing tips for enjoying the holidays. You need to RSVP in order to get sent the link to join the video chat. Sign up closes on November 18th at 8 am EST.

What Type of Games Do People Like?

While all the game choices were popular, the top four were:

games

The Game Discussion

We had a great discussion about games.

“I use Alexa games and information. Also, I play games with my grandkids. Remotely, I play tablet games. I play card-based games when I’m visiting them. Clue and Munchkin are the most favorite with the kids.” –Bruce L

“Bingo!” –Inez

“Monopoly!” –Jill W

“New York Times crossword puzzle.” –Darryl W

“Scrabble and Boggle.” –Mary E

“Words with Friends.” –Marshall

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Next Chat

Remember, the next chat is on November 20th at noon (Eastern Standard Time), and we will be discussing tips for enjoying the holidays. You need to RSVP in order to get sent the link to join the video chat. Sign up closes on November 18th at 8 am EST.

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