Extend Independent Living for Seniors and Those With Physical Limitations
All people want to maintain their dignity and independence for as long as possible. For any number of reasons our physical abilities may begin to change. It could be just natural aging, a degenerative physical condition or even a traumatic injury. We also may find ourselves assuming the role of caregiver for ourselves or our loved ones. Smart home technology can make a dramatic impact on your quality of life and provide valued assistance whoever the caregiver is.
- Using Personal Assistants (Alexa) lights, thermostats, cameras, appliances locks, TV's, fireplaces and even showers can be controlled by voice commands.
- Monitoring fall detection (without wearables or cameras) and other vital signs can be addressed with new innovative technologies.
- Phone calls, reminders of doctors appointments, medication reminders and other daily functions can be initiated or scheduled via voice commands.