Biomechanical modeling of tissue deformation can be used to simulate different scenarios of longitudinal brain evolution. In this work,we present a deep learning framework for hyper-elastic strain modelling of brain atrophy, during healthy ageing and in Alzheimer's Disease. The framework directly models the effects of age, disease status, and scan interval to regress regional patterns of atrophy, from which a strain-based model estimates deformations. This model is trained and validated using 3D structural magnetic resonance imaging data from the ADNI cohort. Results show that the framework can estimate realistic deformations, following the known course of Alzheimer's disease, that clearly differentiate between healthy and demented patterns of ageing. This suggests the framework has potential to be incorporated into explainable models of disease, for the exploration of interventions and counterfactual examples.