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Addenbrookes cognitive examination-III

May 12 2014

The Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination-III (ACE) is one of the most popular and commonly used cognitive tests used in dementia clinics and in the assessment of other neurological disorders.

ACE-III replaced the previous ACE and ACE-R versions in November 2012.

It provides a sensitive, reliable, secure and easy to administer clinical tool for you and your team to assess cognition as part of the process of assessing for dementia.

The ACE-III includes five subdomains, which provide a cognitive score out of a maximum of 100.

Access the ACE-III test online at www.neura.edu.au/frontier/research/test-downloads

For training in the ACE III visit www.fom.gla.ac.uk/aceiiitrainer/

In collaboration with University of Plymouth, Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) have developed an i-Pad version of the ACE-III, known as ACEmobile. You can register an interest on the ACEmobile website at http://www.acemobile.org

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