Lastly, incorporate tech-based solutions like medical alert systems, monitoring apps and sensors, and smart home automation to enhance safety, convenience and connectivity for vulnerable residents during home remodels or emergencies. Medical alert systems allow users to call for help 24/7 and quickly access emergency support services with the press of a button. Apps, wearable monitors and in-home sensors can unobtrusively track location, detect falls, receive alerts if a vulnerable resident wanders from home, and monitor vital signs from afar for family caregivers. Smart home automation features like automatic lighting, thermostats and remotely controlled locks offer control over the home environment and convenience, reducing the need to get up and down during construction. Technology options remove worry, provide monitoring and oversight for caregivers, and supply frequent check-ins to ensure all is well with loved ones.
- Medical Alert Systems – Medical alert systems allow users to call for help and access emergency support 24/7 if needed.
- Monitoring Apps and Sensors – Apps and sensors can track location, detect falls, receive alerts, and monitor vitals from afar.
- Smart Home Automation – Smart lights, locks, and thermostats offer control and convenience, especially for those with limited mobility.