On Thursday night January 22, 2015 Cerna Home Care participated in an event at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana featuring Dr. Tonia Vojkofsky, Psy.D., founder of Cognitive Care Solutions. The evening was co-sponsored by The James Irvine Foundation and the Alzheimer’s Association of Orange County.

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Cerna’s Catalina Elwell pictured top right at the Bowers Museum

The Bowers Museum’s mission is to “enrich lives through the world’s finest arts and cultures.” The setting was ideal for Dr. Tonia Vojkofsky’s discussion, which covered the latest research on maintaining brain health – including innovations in cognitive exercises, lifestyle intervention and the many ways art can benefit brain health and cognition.

The subject matter is especially interesting to Cerna who takes a proactive approach to cognitive care and exercises for our clients. Our staff implements special stimulation tools and techniques to help the brain hold on to cognition and thrive.

Cerna Home Care provided complimentary wine for guests. Catalina Elwell, Cerna OC’s Care Coordinator answered home care related questions and poured wine. Cerna OC and the Alzheimer’s Association of Orange County have a symbiotic relationship – supporting one another whenever they can.

Contact:
Catalina Elwell
Care Coordinator Cerna Orange County
e: celwell@cernahc.com

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