"When I first met Mr. H he commented to me over and over about how he could not remember very much, made too many mistakes,
but would try the modules. We have bonded over our common interest in World War Two, my husband previously having a motorcycle,
and animals. Mr. H's confidence has soared, he is able to do the word finds without as much help, gives terrific insight and input
into the modules, astounds me with his reasoning, is much less anxious about his memory loss. He laughs more often, now gives
Mrs. H compliments, really enjoys discussing and giving input about articles we read in the paper. Mrs. H loves to dance, and
when she asks Mr. H, he always agrees, now. Mr. H does not remember my name, but always lights up when I come. When I leave, he
always insists on carrying my case, helping me into the car, and hugging me goodbye."
"M's confidence and ability are increasing regarding the comprehensive and word finds. She was able to do the comprehensive with only
a couple of hints from me. On two or three instances, I covered the possible answers, and M was able to answer without looking. The
word find was challenging for M (especially the backward answers) however, with only a few hints, she successfully completed the
exercise. On completion, I asked M how she felt, words poured out, 'I am not as dumb as I thought I was, I didn't know I was so smart,
my mother always told me I was stupid, I guess I am not, I love doing these exercises!'"