Assistive Technology Enabled Care 24
Assistive Technology Enabled Care 24 (ATEC 24) brings together services that use technology to help people live safely in their homes as long as possible.
ATEC24 is made up of:
- Community Alarm and Telecare Service
- Community Equipment Service
- Bathroom Equipment Assessment Team
- Sheltered Housing Support Service
- Communities and Families Occupational Therapy Team.
Click on the links on the right to find out more about each of these services.
To speak to someone about getting assistive technology in your home, contact Social Care Direct.
If you are no able to use the link above to download the ATEC24 Community Alarms Referral Form using the link above, please try copying and pasting this link into a new tab on your web browser – http://edinburghhsc.scot/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/ATEC24-Community-Alarms-Referral-Form.docx. Alternatively, you can email ATEC24.Alarms@edinburgh.gov.uk to be sent a copy.
If you need to return equipment to us, please bring it to:
42 Kings Haugh, Peffermill Industrial Estate, Edinburgh, EH16 5UY.
Analogue phone services are being phased out in Scotland, and by 2025 phone services will be fully digital. ATEC24 has started moving to a digital service and this will be finished by 2023. The team will explore how innovative technologies could be used to support people to remain independent at home for as long as possible. Find out more about the national digital transformation programme.