Posts tagged SimplyHome
Who Are You?

As a company that values people, we want to do more than create outcomes with technology. We also want to provide a platform for voices to be heard so others can be inspired by the passions, visions, and courage these individuals have to share. Check out our latest video where the individuals we work with tell us WHO they are and WHAT they want.

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SimplyHome System Powered by Aeris Receives 2015 Telehealth Award

"We are thrilled to receive this recognition for creating innovative products that are working towards the advancement of healthcare," said Jason Ray, SimplyHome VP of Business Development. "Our technology allows people the option to live where they want to live and the peace of mind to know that alerts will be sent and received quickly when help is needed."

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Dakota's Story

Dakota is a young man who desired to live on his own. Dually diagnosed with mental health issues and IDD, he had been hospitalized twice for aggressive behavior that injured other adults. Dakota’s mother, however, knew that with the right natural supports, he could live in a supported community setting rather than in a group home. His team agreed that given his behavioral challenges, living alone could actually be a better option than congregate living.

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David's Vision

David's Vision is David's dream of one day building a log cabin for himself on some family property with his red pickup truck and coon dog by his side. The purpose of David’s Vision is to help others with I/DD to attain safe, affordable independent housing.

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Asheville's 40 Under Forty: Jason Ray

Last week Jason Ray, Vice President of Business Development at SimplyHome; Certified Aging in Place Specialist, was named one of Asheville's 40 Under Forty. The 40 honorees were selected for the award based on their business success and their achievements as an active member of the community.

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Unconditional Love: Walk to End Alzheimer's

Unconditional love is not easy, but it is infinitely more challenging when dealing with someone with Alzheimer's or another form of Dementia. It's frustrating to not be able to communicate with someone you love so much. It's tiresome to do everything for them without a thank you ever mentioned by the person, especially when they refuse the necessary bath, meal, or whatever it is they are fighting you over today. It's heartbreaking when they don't recognize who you are.

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NCBDDD Publishes MMWR on Prevalence of Disability and Disability Type in the United States

To reflect on a month of recognition for the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD) announced a new Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) report that describes the percentage of adults living with disabilities in each state and select functional disability types. 

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SimplyHome Celebrates the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Anniversary

Accessibility has a place in everything we do and technology plays an integral part in opening new doors. Enabling technology, like SimplyHome, should be seen as ANY technology that increases, maintains, or improves a person’s outcomes. In the end, the ADA is really not about the legislation… it is rather a continuing journey toward an improved outcome for all of us.

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Meet Dakota

Dakota is a young man who desired to live on his own. Dually diagnosed with mental health issues and IDD, he had been hospitalized twice for aggressive behavior that injured other adults. Dakota’s mother, however, knew that with the right natural supports, he could live in a supported community setting rather than in a group home. His team agreed that given his behavioral challenges, living alone could actually be a better option than congregate living.

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