Interested in Alzheimer’s prevention?

Prevention is our goal, too, and risk reduction is our approach.

If you are a woman age 30-60 with a known family history of Alzheimer’s or genetic risks, follow at the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement Prevention Center at Cleveland Clinic in Las Vegas, Nevada:

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  1. Answer a few questions about you. Our online form that asks you some questions about eligibility will take around 5 minutes. As soon as you provide us with your basic personal information and primary care doctor’s contact information, you will be entered into the queue for scheduling—your place is saved.  For the quickest way to get in touch with us please email us at [email protected].
  2. Relax and wait for our call. We will call you to compare calendars and book your tentative appointment. We will also discuss insurance details at this time.
  3. Within 30 days of your first appointment, please complete all online forms to provide health history and allow us to understand your risks as well as your strengths.

Can’t make it in or want to get started with risk reduction now? See our resources here: Risk Reduction

Please go to our link below now at any time with questions.

Please note:

For your first visit with us (assessment), no family or friends are permitted in the room.  For your second visit (results and recommendations), you are welcome to bring one friend or family member along.


A visit to the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement Prevention Center is a billable medical appointment. A woman’s out-of-pocket costs will be determined by her insurance plan’s guidelines. A Cleveland Clinic financial counselor is available to guide women through a conversation with their insurance providers.

We hope to be able to expand our clinic to women over age 60 in the future! If you are over the age of 60 and would like to be notified when we are able to expand our clinic age range, click the button below.

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Alzheimer’s Prevention for Women is Our Mission

We help women reduce their risks for Alzheimer’s disease