The primary objective of this study is to investigate the efficacy of AKL-T01, a remotely-delivered digital cognitive intervention, relative to a waitlist control in improving cognitive functioning in COVID-19 survivors.
Emerging evidence suggests a subgroup of survivors of COVID- 19 have residual difficulties with cognition and daily functioning. These deficits are pronounced in cognitive domains including attention, learning and executive skills, and may continue to impact quality of life after recovery from other COVID-19 symptoms. This study aims to investigate the efficacy of AKL-T01 (Akili Interactive), a remotely-delivered digital cognitive intervention, in targeting and improving cognition and functional outcomes in individuals recovering from COVID-19. The efficacy of the AKL-T01 intervention will be measured relative to a waitlist control group.
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