(PRWEB) September 1, 2002
Cherry Hill, NJ Â The WordShop, a company specializing in creative writing and editing, announces the release of Senior Sez (trademark), a trivia game created especially for senior citizens.
Through years of work with senior citizens, the gameÂs creator recognized the tremendous need for entertainment geared to older adults. Senior Sez addresses this need. The gameÂs questions bring back memories, challenge minds, promote laughter, and yield great debates.
Senior Sez is simple to play, fun, and appropriate for many levels of functioning. It can be played in groups or one-on-one.
Each 10-question game covers a variety of topics; this promotes fairness and maintains interest. The questions are brief, and just two possible answers are provided for each.
Senior Sez can be played virtually anywhere Â tables, pens, and paper are not needed! The scoring method is simple too; correct answers are rewarded with bright-colored wristbands that are tallied at the end of the game.
Senior SezÂs unintimidating format and entertaining facts make it a big hit. The game has proven contagious among residents of MarriottÂs Brighton Gardens (Cherry Hill, NJ), a leading assisted-living facility. ÂIt keeps our seniors alert and well entertainedÂ claims Stacey Gardina, former Activities Director at Brighton Gardens. ÂA lot of our trivia games and books are repetitive, but Senior Sez has really unique questions. In addition, offering two answers is helpful because hearing the choices often jogs their memory. Our seniors have a great time with this game.Â
HereÂs a sneak peak of the 350 questions from Senior Sez. See if you get them right! Who invented the bifocal lensÂIsaac Newton or Ben Franklin? When did the New York subway fare increase from a nickel to a dimeÂ1938 or 1948? Which is the stronger hand in pokerÂfull house or flush? Which TV show topped the ratings in the 1950sÂThe Ed Sullivan Show or Arthur GodfreyÂs Talent Scouts? Does the Pillsbury Dough Boy have a bellybutton? (yes or no).
For more information, or to purchase Senior Sez ($24.95 plus shipping/handling), please write to Seniorsez@aol.com or call 609-332-0168.