Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Clinic - Djavad Mowafaghian Centre

The Clinic provides assessment and diagnosis of Alzheimer Disease and Related Disorders for patients throughout B.C., including care and support for the affected individual and his or her family by different team members including: geriatrics, neuropsychology, neurology, social work, geriatric psychiatry, genetic counselling, and neuropathology.

Our services

  • Diagnosis of Alzheimer disease and related disorders

  • Information about the natural history and known causes of the diagnosed disorder

  • Information about available treatments for specific symptoms

  • Counselling for strategies for coping with the day to day difficulties which occur due to mental changes

  • Opportunities for involvement with research including clinical trials

  • Information for patients and caregivers regarding support groups, financial and legal issues, care facilities, adult day programs, and other support services such as the Continuing Care Program and the Alzheimer Society of BC

Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health

2215 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC
V6T 1Z3
Phone: (604) 822-7031
Fax: (604) 297-9684

Hours of operation

Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Closed weekends and statutory holidays


Download the Alzheimer referral package and fax the completed form to our clinic at (604) 297-9684.

Parking & transportation

When visiting the Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health, please note that there is short-term patient drop-off parking in the lane just outside the main entrance to the building, and a small pay parking lot directly in front of the building, accessible from Wesbrook Mall.

Other parking options include the Thunderbird Parkade (6085 Thunderbird Boulevard) and Health Sciences Parkade (2250 Health Sciences Mall), which are located within a few blocks of the Centre. There are designated patient parking spaces within the Health Sciences Parkade.

All parkades and many surface lots have designated spaces for people with disabilities.


For more information, visit

Download the Alzheimer referral package.