To initiate this research, we developed a socially assistive robot (SAR)-facilitated memory game with the aim of informing the design of a cognitive rehabilitation system for individuals with ARCD. The game utilises the tactile sensors on the SAR Pepper and also employs haptic and auditory feedback. Currently, we are focusing on making improvements to the system based on feedback from the nine young adults who participated in our feasibility study, which has been published in the 2020 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction as a late-breaking report. The next step will be to test the improved memory game with older adults. This study will assess the game with two different socially assistive robots, Pepper and Nao, to determine if there is a preference for robotic platform.