By taking part in a CHeBA research study, you'll be partaking in world-leading research and making a valuable contribution to changing the future of dementia.
CogSCAN - Computerised Testing
This study aims to investigate how useful computerised tests can be, particularly in identifying cognitive impairment in older adults.
This world first study will examine whether they are as good as the tests typically administered face to face by a neuropsychologist.
To register, you must be aged 60 and over.
Participants will be asked to complete some questionnaires and an interview about your general health, do some computerised cognitive (‘thinking’) tasks on a touch screen tablet computer (iPad) and also face-to-face.
Changed Behaviours Associated with Memory and Cognitive Decline
This research study led by the Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration (DCRC) aims to seek the views and concerns of people living with dementia, families/carer partners and healthcare workers.
Participation in this study requires a diagnosis of early stage dementia.
If you are interested in sharing your views, please contact:
Dr Claire Burley
T (02) 0403 804 907
Download the flyer: Changed Behaviours Associated with Memory and Cognitive Decline.