The smart home is no longer a thing of the future, it’s a thing of the now. New advancements in smart home technology may be able to pick up the slack that physical accessibility barriers have yet to tackle. In Lousiville, a smart home prototype is showcasing just how significant these technological advances can be for seniors. Read the full article here.
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