Explore the resources below related to cognition and cognitive training.

Further Resources

Explore the resources below to learn more about dementia and carer information, memory service finders, and useful resources related to cognition and cognitive training.

Dementia Australia

Dementia Australia is a leading resource for information, support, and services for people in Australia living with dementia and people involved in caring for people with dementia.

NIH National Institute on Aging

The National Institute on Aging has a range of information on topics related to aging, clinical trials and services.

Alzheimer’s Association US

The Alzheimer’s Association has a range of resources and information for people living with Alzheimer’s Disease and carers. The Alzheimer’s Association also funds and supports dementia research.

Face Dementia

The Face Dementia website provides information and resources about the signs of dementia, how to recognize them in themselves or others, and encourages starting a conversation about seeking help from a general practitioner (GP).

Services and Cognition-Oriented Treatment Resources

Explore the resources below for tools to assist with locating services and resources related to cognition.

ADNeT Memory Clinic or Cognition Decline Assessment Service Finder

The ADNeT Service Finder is a useful interactive map to search for memory clinics in Australia. The list is not a comprehensive list of all services in Australia and is being updated regularly.

Healthy Brain Ageing Clinic

The Healthy Brain Ageing Clinic is a service clinic delivered through the University of Sydney. The clinic offers services centred around cognitive decline and opportunities to participate in research studies surrounding assessment, prevention and treatment for cognitive decline, Alzheimer’s disease and depression.

Dementia Australia BrainTrack App

The BrainTrack App can be used to monitor changes in cognition over time. Through repeatedly playing brain games designed to measure thinking and memory abilities, people can receive data. The data can then be shared with GP’s.

My Life My Goals Workbook

The My Life My Goals Workbook is a self-help guide for people in the early stages of dementia. The workbook uses cognitive rehabilitation strategies to help people living with dementia to set and fulfil goals that are meaningful to them.

Cognitive Interventions

Explore the resources below for links to cognitive intervention programs.


CogSmart (Cognitive Symptom Management and Rehabilitation Therapy) is a cognitive training program that can be accessed online by clinicians and consumers. CogSmart uses compensatory strategies.


CogniFit is an online Cognitive Training platform that is designed to improve various cognitive skills. Through users assessing their cognitive abilities, CogniFit can tailor cognitive programs to the individual.

Brain HQ (Posit Science)

BrainHQ is designed to improve cognitive abilities such as memory, attention, and processing speed interactive exercises and games. Brain HQ offers personalised cognitive training programs of various age groups.

Brain Game Center

The University of California, Riverside (UCR) Brain Game Center for Mental Fitness and Well-Being aims to provide access to Cognitive Training and Perceptual Training brain games to consumers.

Research Registries

While the research trials on the research volunteer platforms below broadly cover topics in the ageing research field, they can have research studies related to cognitive interventions.

Australian Dementia Network (ADNeT) Volunteer Register

ADNeT Volunteer Register is a registry of people interested in participating in research trials related to dementia research in Australia.

Alzheimer’s Association Trial Match

Alzheimer’s Association trial matching tool connects people living with Alzheimer’s, caregivers and healthy volunteers with research studies that are relevant to them.

StepUp for Dementia Research

StepUp for Dementia Research is an Australian based online platform that connects researchers with people wanting to participate in research related to dementia.

StepUp for Ageing Research

StepUp for Ageing Research performs a similar service to its sister program StepUp for Dementia Research. The platform connects researchers with people wanting to participate in research related to ageing and aged-care research in Australia.


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Citizen Briefings

Find brief summaries of cognition-oriented treatments research to stay up to date with recent evidence.