Tonia Vojtkofsky, Psy.D., is the founder of Cognitive Care Solutions in Santa Ana and a clinical researcher at the University of California Irvine Institute for Memory Impairment and Neurological Disorders and Alzheimer's Disease Research Center. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and a founding member of Women Against Alzheimer's. She lives in Southern California. Foreword author Robert G. Feldman, MD, is Medical Director for Senior Clinical Trials, Inc., and for over 25 years has had a large private practice in geriatrics.
"Look out, Sudoku! Keep Your Brain Stronger for Longer
offers a fantastic tool to help people exercise their brain--and
will be greatly appreciated and well received by those with MCI as
well as those caring for them. It also helps us to understand that
cognition is affected by much more than just memory loss, and goes
a long way to help dispel some of the myths and stigmas associated
with dementia. Kudos for pulling together such a great
--Lori La Bey, founder of AlzheimersSpeaks.com
"Studies show that cognitive training and healthy brain habits help build brain resilience. In Keep You Brain Stronger for Longer, Dr. Vojtkofsky offers concrete, engaging exercises that those with mild cognitive impairment can use to do just that. This engaging and easy-to-use volume is a welcome new resource for those facing mild memory loss and their caregivers."
--Virginia Biggar, Director, Clergy Network, USAgainstAlzheimer's
"A great book for testing and challenging one's memory! By mixing up its various games, Keep Your Brain Stronger for Longer makes brain exercise fun and interesting while helping people focus their memory training. For our aging population, the book's format is friendlier, easier to handle, and more familiar than using a computer program to evaluate and train their memory--and makes the games more fun to complete."
--Rebecca Ailes-Fine, Founder of WISP (Women Inspiring Scientific Progress) in support of Banner Alzheimer's Institute, Founding Member of Women Against Alzheimer's
"In her creative volume of brain exercises, Dr. Vojtkofsky offers people with MCI a user friendly way to make 'cognitive workouts' part of their daily routine. Done individually, or with support of a care partner as needed, these exercises empower people with MCI to proactively respond to the cognitive challenges they face."
--Cordula Dick-Muehlke, PhD, Consultant in Aging and Dementia; Principal, Cordula Cares
"Dr. Vojtkofsky has a 'sixth sense' for connecting with people suffering from mild cognitive impairment. The comprehensive activities that she has developed in this book will no doubt help many people who are managing their cognitive condition."
--Kevin Liang, PhD, Cofounder and Chief Scientific Officer of Ceresti Health