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Video Tutorials

Use these ACT on Alzheimer's® screening, assessment, diagnosis, and care coordination videos in your work with patients who have memory concerns and their care partners. Using clinic settings and real patients, the videos include an introduction to cognitive screening; administering and scoring the Mini-Cog, SLUMS, and MoCA assessments; delivering an Alzheimer's disease diagnosis; and discussing post-diagnostic care coordination strategies. These video tutorials represent best and emerging dementia care practices.

Introduction to Cognitive Screening Administration and Scoring

Introduction to Cognitive Screening
Administration and Scoring 
(21:36 minutes)


Communicating Cognitive Assessment Results

Download Template Letters: client/family and health care provider (letter format or checkbox format)

Webinar: Communicating Cognitive Assessment Results
(17:13 minutes)


Mini-Cog Administration and Scoring

Download the Mini-Cog

Demonstration Video with Patient:  
Mini-Cog: Colleen 
(3:19 minutes)

Demonstration Video with Patient:  
Mini-Cog:  Sam 
(4:00 minutes)

Webinar:  Administration and Scoring of the Mini-Cog 
(15:17 minutes)


St. Louis University Mental Status (SLUMS) Administration and Scoring

 Download the SLUMS

Demonstration Video with Patient:  
St. Louis University Mental Status (SLUMS) 
(6:12 minutes)

Webinar:  Administration and Scoring of  St. Louis University Mental Status (SLUMS) 
(9:32 minutes)


Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) Administration and Scoring

Download the MoCA

Demonstration Video with Patient: MoCA
(13:28 minutes)

Webinar:  Administration and Scoring of the MoCA 
(9:51 minutes)


Delivering a Diagnosis

Demonstration Video with Patient:  
Delivering a Diagnosis
(8:31 minutes)


Care Coordination

Demonstration Video with Patient:  
Care Coordination
(Full Version 34:48 minutes)

Dementia Care Coordination:
Legal Planning
(0:56 min)

Dementia Care Coordination:
Medication Management
(1:47 min)

 


 

Reproduced from ACT on Alzheimer's® developed tools and resources.