What is the ANU-ADRI?

The ANU-ADRI is an evidence-based, validated tool aimed at assessing individual exposure to risk factors known to be associated with an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease in late-life, that is, over the age of 60 years.

The ANU-ADRI is intended to provide a systematic individualised assessment and report on Alzheimer's disease risk factor exposure. It may be useful for individuals who wish to know their risk profile and areas where they can reduce their risk. It may also be useful to clinicians who would like their patients to record their current risk profile for discussion at their next medical appointment. The ANU-ADRI is also used in research projects that aim to evaluate methods of reducing risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

Updated:  6 September 2013/ Responsible Officer:  Responsible Officer/ Page Contact:  DCRC ANU