Home "Smart" Home, Makes Living Better for People with Disabilities
Technologically advanced homes, or what many refer to as “smart homes,” are giving people with disabilities the opportunity to take control of their homes. Increased accessibility can be achieved through Apps connected to user’s smartphones and other devices adapted for accessibility. The Apps allow for control of a variety of smart accessories in the home — from door locks and window shades to the ability to turn on the lights and open the garage door.
Smart homes offer tools for people with disabilities to live more independently, allowing them to take control of their daily lives. These devices can help them enjoy independent living while easing the worries of their loved ones.
Energy efficiency, lifestyle convenience, and accessibility are a few of the many benefits of connected home technology.