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Assistive Technology Service

Checked: 22-02-2024 by 3 Vicky Ryan Next Review: 20-02-2026


Sirona care & health’s Assistive Technology Service offer a variety of products to help people in their home, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

They offer reassurance to family, friends and carers, whether they live locally or further away from their loved ones. They can also help with the early discharge of patients from hospital, when people are at their most vulnerable.

Examples of products offered include pendant alarms, fall detectors, pagers, memory clocks and timed pill dispenser. 

The service is not NHS funded and must be funded by the individual referred.

Resources & Contact information

The team can be contacted using or 0300 125 6899 for a discussion about what can be provided.

More information about the service is available on the service’s page on the Sirona care & health website.

This leaflet lists products available and how they can support patients.


To make a referral to the service, please complete the service’s referral form and return to


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