Jytte Fogh Lokvig grew up in Denmark. Her family emigrated to the United States when she was a young adult. Once settled in Southern California, Jytte followed in her artist father’s footsteps, as an exhibiting artist and later expanding beyond fine arts into fashion design, community celebrations, arts advocacy and art education. She was a founding member of the first publicly funded experimental school in Los Angeles, which became the model for magnet and charter schools.

After she relocated to Santa Fe, New Mexico, chance brought her into the world of dementia in 1994. She quickly found that her wide experiences in the arts, education, and interaction with people made her perfectly prepared for working with this population. 

Jytte Fogh Lokvig, Ph.D.


Dr Lokvig is a nationally recognized Alzheimer’s and dementia specialist. She has been invited to speak at numerous conferences and other national events since the early 2000s. Her books have become standard guides for family and professional caregivers. 














Formal Education:
(In reverse chronological order)

  CPU, 2004-2007 Doctor of Philosophy in Management, 2007
  CSULA, 1975 – 1978 Teaching Credential and Master of Arts Degree
UCLA, 1974 - 1975 Educational Psychology and Sociology    
Antioch College West, LA. 1973 – 1974 Bachelor of Arts Degree
  The Art Center School of Design, LA 1959-1961

Publications:
“Alzheimer’s A to Z, Secrets to Successful Caregiving.” - 2001
“Alzheimer’s A to Z, Quick Reference Guide.” - 2003
“The Alzheimer’s Creativity Project” - 2013
“Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiver’s Handbook” - 2014
“The Alzheimer’s or Memory Café” - 2016
“Moving and More” - 2018
“Dementia Arts Fest” - 2019 with Karen Love

Dr Lokvig’s books are available through all major booksellers and Amazon.com/Books