The Australian Dementia Network – Memory Clinics Initiative

  Recent Updates

  • ADNeT launches new Neuropsychological Norming Tool (ANNT). Read more here
  • The Australian Dementia Network will conduct a world-first pilot trial to evaluate the impact of novel blood-tests on clinical diagnosis and management for persons with mild cognitive impairment. Read more here
  • ADNeT National Memory and Cognition Clinic Guidelines have launched! Click here for details.


The Australian Dementia Network (ADNeT) – Memory Clinics initiative aims to bring memory clinic clinicians together in a collaborative network and to provide a framework for the operation of memory clinics. This will help to harmonise diagnostic and post-diagnostic support pathways and to ensure that all Australians have access to high-quality dementia assessments, no matter where they are located.

Memory and Cognition Clinic Guidelines
Find a Memory Clinic or Cognitive Decline Assessment Service
Peer Support for Clinicians
ADNeT Neuropsychological Norming Tool (Registration Form)
Cognitive Intervention Working Group
Information for Memory and Cognition Clinic Clients
(coming soon) Clinical Resources for Clinicians

Join the Network!

Every clinician who conducts specialised dementia assessments – no matter if you work for a memory clinic or a different cognitive decline assessment service – and every dementia researcher is welcome to join the network, even if you do not want to list your practice on our website.

Please contact us to become a part of the Australian Memory Clinic network.

Contact Information

Phone: +61 (2) 9065 7304
Postal Address:

ADNeT Memory Clinics Network
CHeBA (Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing)
UNSW Medicine, School of Psychiatry
Level 1, AGSM (G27)
Gate 11, Botany Street
UNSW Sydney, NSW, 2052

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