Smart home devices provide convenience for people with mobility challenges to live independently, especially for clients of long-term care facilities or at rehab centers. With these devices, they can control their living environment independently. Smart devices enable them to connect with their families, turn on lights, control their TV, adjust their beds and much more. Here are the must-have devices in a high-tech room at a long-term care facility or rehab center.
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Smart home devices provide convenience and independence for ageing adults and people with mobility challenges to live independently at home, control their living environment, entertainment, and communicate. These devices and their associated services enable people with mobility challenges to connect with their families, turn on lights, control their TV, adjust their beds and much more. Below are some must-have devices for living independently at home.
Novalte launches new website
Halifax, NS – Novalte is pleased to announce the launch of their new website. Novalte is inviting visitors to explore the new and fully-responsive website. The site has been created with the user experience in mind, offering improved navigation and functionality with a clean and clear layout, which allows visitors and clients to learn more about our service, success stories, and quick access to our customer support.