Women's Brain Health Program
The Women’s Brain Health Program is an innovative collaboration between the Center for Healthy Aging and Women’s Wellness, created to provide high-quality, evidence-based, and personalized care to women experiencing cognitive changes in midlife, and addressing the impact of menopause on their risk of chronic disease and their long-term health.
By joining this program, you will receive compassionate care from a specialty-trained team, dedicated to improving your health and well-being in midlife, optimizing cognitive function, and reducing subsequent dementia risk.
The Women’s Brain Health Program is further advancing gender-based research including menopause and lifestyle medicine education. We intend to provide a curated and navigated experience with the addition of our Health of Menopause (HOME) shared medical appointments to help support your physical and cognitive needs and providing emotional support as well.
- Culinary medicine
- Evidence-based lifestyle medicine
- Health coaching
- Individual cognitive assessments
- Mind body interventions
- Prescription therapies
- Shared medical appointments (SMAs)
- Brain fog
- Midlife cognitive concerns
- Family history of Alzheimer’s disease
- Fatigue/sleepiness Anxiety
All women aged 30 to 60 years experiencing midlife cognitive changes or with family history of Alzheimer’s disease are candidates for the Women’s Brain Health Program.
Please obtain an authorized referral from your primary care provider or a specialist prior to your enrollment.
Providers may fax referrals to our office at 206-397-1096 or refer electronically via EPIC.
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