For aged and physically challenged persons, there are systems which provide assistance as well as keeping safe. When moving is limited, taking care of simple tasks around the house becomes difficult.
The following technologies automate and streamline everyday activities so you can remain comfortable.
• Access control: Program your system to include names and unique codes for the people you’d like to have access to your home. This could be your family members, nurse or neighbor(s).
• Remote access: If the doorbell rings, view a video feed to see who is at the door. If it is someone you know, you can unlock it right from the living room couch.
• Automated timers: Find yourself rather forgetful of late? Set up your system to automatically turn on/off lights, heat, air conditioning and your alarm system, or to lock/unlock doors.
• Tracking System: Track the movement and where about of our love ones with portable trackers.
• Automated Stair Lifts: A mechanical device for lifting people up and down stairs. This aids mobility and safety in the home.
Caretakers are an important part of an elderly or disabled person’s life—often coming to the home to offer support and assistance. Depending on the situation, this can be a time-consuming and worry-filled role. Home automation can help.Not only does it allow you to keep an independent lifestyle, but it also allows loved ones to rest assured that you’re safe. If you decide to give family members or care takers access, they can view video feeds and security logs remotely to ensure that you’re okay.
In addition, the system can be programed to notify, not only you, but also family members in the event that an alarm or other pre-set rule is triggered. For example, you can place sensors on your medicine cabinets so that family can rest assured that you’ve remembered your pills each day. These solutions make caring for the elderly or disabled an easier and more convenient process.
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