Strengthen Your Mind: Volumes One & Two by Kristin Einberger &Janelle Sellick
70 engaging activities will stimulate the minds, memories, and senses of older adults. Designed especially for individuals with early memory loss, these books are also good for seniors without memory loss who want to keep their brains sharp. The short, one-page worksheets strengthen brain functioning, promote social interaction, and provide hours of meaningful enjoyment.
Use It, Don’t Lose It by Marge Engleman
This easy-to-use workbook has 31 exercises in categories like Memory, Sketching, Trivia, Spatial Ability, Word Games, and Imagination. Some exercises have specific answers, while other depend on individual opinions or choices. Use It, Don’t Lose It is ideal for mental fitness groups or individual puzzling, and provides high-quality, colorful pages are perforated to easily tear out; answers included.
100 Things You Can Do to Prevent Alzheimer’s and Age-Related Memory Loss by Jean Carper
Even a few preventive actions could dramatically change your future by postponing Alzheimer’s so long that you eventually outlive it. If you can delay the onset of Alzheimer’s for five years, you cut your odds of having it by half. Postpone Alzheimer’s for ten years, and you’ll most likely never live to see it.
The Brain Boost Blueprint: How To Optimize Your Brain for Peak Mental Performance, Neurogrowth, and Cognitive Fitness by Peter Hollins
A guide to how to revitalize, polish, and fix-up your brain. The truth is, you’re probably under performing mentally. It’s not personal, it’s just how you’re wired. This book provides a series of steps and plans for you to get on track to your best thinking days.