Now accepting new Medicare patients in DC, MD or VA.

Cognitive care at every turn.

We offer comprehensive and compassionate brain health care for older adults.

Whether you're curious about the resilience of your cognitive function or supporting a loved one through a diagnosis of cognitive impairment or dementia, our experienced care team is here to support you.

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Say goodbye to long wait times and endless searches for answers, and say hello to Sunday Health, your family’s go-to source for holistic cognitive care.

What we can do for you:

Assess your
brain health.

We provide a convenient, clinically proven checkup, which is crucial for early detection, personalized care, and proactive management of cognitive well-being.

Get a care plan, just for you.

We'll work with you and your family to develop a personalized plan tailored to your goals, preferences, and on-going needs.

Receive ongoing

Our compassionate clinicians foster teamwork that goes beyond paperwork, offering support as your family adopts the holistic care plan.

"Cognition changes as people age. That can be scary - people think this must be the beginning of the end and then they don't want to talk about it because they don't believe that there is anything that we can do.

Nothing could be further from the truth. There's so much more that we can offer now - more than ever before.”

— Dr. Amy Sanders, MD | Dementia Neurologist

Get your brain health baseline today.
Book your appointment now.

Now accepting new patients who are on Medicare and in DC, MD or VA.

Why this process is valuable: 

Effective management of neurocognitive disorders can significantly improve the quality of life for both patients and their families. 

Because knowledge is power, especially when it comes to your brain.

Getting a brain health screening is kind of like getting a heart checkup. It gives you important information to help you make smart lifestyle choices and tweaks. Whether it confirms your brain is healthy and sets a baseline for later, or flags cause for action, a screening guides what you do next to maintain your brain health and your family's peace of mind.

Because early detection makes a huge difference in the long run.

Many people avoid seeing neurologists because they fear what a diagnosis will mean. Overcoming these fears and identifying cognitive decline early allows for proactive steps to slow its progress and improve brain health.

Because this affects caregivers, too.

With Alzheimer's and related dementias, caregiver burnout is common but not inevitable. Engaging with a supportive team can help create realistic plans, access respite care, and provide crucial support for navigating the challenges of dementia.

Because you’re simply not alone.

Many people remain silent about cognitive issues, resulting in feelings of isolation. Our interdisciplinary care team has decades of collective experience supporting individuals through various stages of dementia, and we extend that expertise to both patients and caregivers.

Now accepting new patients
on Medicare in DC, MD or VA.