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Technology is reaching new heights with every passing day. And because of this, there are now more technologies available to help the elderly in their homes than ever before in history.

These days, it is possible to customize homes so that they become little fortresses of safety. Adapting your home for your senior via new technology solutions makes it easy for them to age in the place they are accustomed to. Every senior will choose to stay put rather than move to a retirement home. Here are five technology solutions which will make both your life and the life of your elderly more comfortable.

Devices That Will Help Your Elderly

Voice Control

Currently, many products are responsive to your voice. You have probably heard of Amazon Echo. This device receives your audio command and transfers orders to other devices in your house. This way, instead of your elderly having to learn how to use multiple devices, they can control them only by using their voice.

Smart Thermostat

Traditional thermostats have complicated interfaces. With age, your elderly will probably forget how to use them properly. Today, we have smart thermostats, which can be used through a simple mobile app. This way, you can eliminate the need for you elderly to use a thermostat at all.

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Smart Appliances

Samsung’s Family Hub Refrigerator changed the game of buying and keeping groceries fresh. With this refrigerator, you can make the shopping list from your home, and order groceries without leaving the warmth of your own abode.

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Lights Control

With age, walking, sitting, and standing up becomes difficult. That’s why there are devices that allow you to control turning the lights on and off via mobile apps or via smart assistants, such is Amazon Echo. They eliminate the need to shut down the lights manually.

Smart Doorbell

Smart doorbells allow the user to answer the door, speak to the visitor, and view who the knocker is via a camera – all by using a smartphone app. This device also eliminates the need for unnecessary movement.

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