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

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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.