Clinical Dementia Rating Scale Worksheet
What is the theory behind this Clinical Dementia Rating Scale Worksheet?
The Clinical Dementia Rating Scale measures the severity of one’s dementia symptoms and determines which stage of dementia they are at. It was developed by Charles Hughes, Leonard Berg, and John C. Morris along with other colleagues at Washington University School of Medicine. It can help clinicians form an early diagnosis of one’s dementia and tailor treatments accordingly.
How will the worksheet help?
The worksheet will provide important information about the Clinical Dementia Rating Scale for clinicians who wish to use it in their practice. It will provide important information about what it is, what it contains, how it is conducted, and what the scores mean.
How to use the worksheet?
This informative handout contains important information related to the Clinical Dementia Rating Scale that clinicians can use to determine whether it will be beneficial for their practice or not. This summarised version of what it is can help them decide whether it can be useful to them or not.
You can download this worksheet here.