Video Game Based Digital Therapy Looks Promising in Pediatric ADHD Trial
Akili Interactive announced topline data from an open-label study (STARS-ADHD Adjunctive) of AKL-T01 for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children with or without use of stimulants. AKL-T01 is an investigational digital therapeutic that delivers a video game based treatment to help drive engagement and compliance in children living with ADHD. It utilizes the Company’s proprietary Selective Stimulus Management engine (SSME) to distribute sensory and motor stimuli to target and activate the prefrontal cortex of the brain.
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