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Assistive Technology and Telecare to maintain Independent Living At home for people with dementia: The ATTILA Trial

Project title: Assistive Technology and Telecare to maintain Independent Living At home for people with dementia: The ATTILA Trial

Call to action: 10/50 HTA Clinical Trials - October 2010 Board submissions (April 2010 deadline)

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Robert HowardORCID logo

Lead Author: Professor Robert HowardORCID logo

Contractor: South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £1,761,419.42

Co-investigators: Dr John WoolhamORCID logo, Dr Peter BenthamORCID logo, Dr Rupert McShaneORCID logo, Ms Barbara Dunk, Professor Alistair BurnsORCID logo, Professor Christopher FoxORCID logo, Professor Craig RitchieORCID logo, Professor John O'BrienORCID logo, Professor Martin KnappORCID logo, Professor Richard GrayORCID logo, Professor Stanton Newman, Professor Stanton NewmanORCID logo.

Started: January 2013 | Status: Published March 2021

ISRCTN: 86537017

This study did not show that a full package of assistive technology and telecare increased the length of time participants with dementia remained in the community.

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