Webinar: Smart Homes for Independent Living: An Idea Whose Time is Overdue

by | May 16, 2018

Presented by:
Rob Love, President, Love & Company
Melissa Pritchard, Senior Vice President, SFCS Architects
Adrian Judy, Senior VP of IT Services and Chief Information Office, Masonic Homes of Kentucky

Technology advances are rapidly changing the way we all live, communicate and control our environment. While the senior living field has been slow to implement smart home technology for independent living, Boomers and younger Silents have become increasingly comfortable using smart technology.

In this webinar, the panel will address:
– Overall trends in technological advances and how coming innovations are likely to dramatically impact the field of aging services
– Current research findings that illustrate the high comfort level that today’s and tomorrow’s senior living consumers have with smart home technology
– The knowledge and experience one senior living community gained as it began integrating smart home technology into its residences

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