Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study – Activities of Daily Living (ADCS-ADL)
ADCS-ADL assesses the competence of patients with Alzheimer’s Disease in basic and instrumental activities of
daily living. ADCS-ADL is usually completed by a caregiver. All responses relate to the 4 weeks prior to the
time of rating. The maximum total score is 78. Higher score indicates better level of competence
personally identifiable information. Analyzed data may be published in research journal papers or conference
proceedings. All published data is completely anonymous, such that no individual may be directly or
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Used with permission from the NIA Alzheimer’s Disease Cooperative Study (NIA Grant AG10483).
Galasko, D.; Bennett, D.; Sano, M.; Ernesto, C.; Thomas, R.; Grundman, M.; Ferris, S.; and the ADCS. “An
Inventory to Assess Activities of Daily Living for Clinical Trials in Alzheimer’s Disease.” Alzheimer’s
Disease and Associated Disorders, 1997. Volume 11(2): S33-S39.