Smart Home Geared Specifically For Assisting The Elderly
Cox Communications has entered into partnerships with Rendever, CableLabs, Comfort Keepers, and Trapollo to develop the Cox Smart Home. The latest Cox Smart Home is situated in Edmond and the technology in the house was installed keeping in mind the elderly. The Cox Smart Home is an environment with protective factors and technology solutions combined together to help the elderly transition into this connected lifestyle.
Bluetooth and wireless-enabled kitchen appliances, utensils, robotic pets, medical alert systems, medication dispensers, and Amazon Alexa-driven electronics all keep people connected to their families, and communities.
Cox marketing representatives demonstrated recently that the homeowners can streamline tasks and increase efficiency around the house with voice-enabled devices to start coffee, play music, turn on lights and electronics, learn about the weather, news, and traffic. Those with family members suffering from any condition find a technology-enabled home very useful to keep an eye on them at all times.
You can make sure they eat on time, they turn off the gas after cooking and close the door after they let someone in. The access to telehealth services is another major advantage with a smart home. Trapollo is a Cox-owned company which launches programs to aid in remote patient care. They provide in-home consultations as well.
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