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Fellow Technology Leader Therap features SimplyHome and CLC in New Video

Tech leader Therap features both SimplyHome and the Charles Lea Center in their newest video, which highlights the role of assistive technology in providing state-of-the-art, affordable, and person-centered care. The Charles Lea Center in Spartanburg, SC has worked with SimplyHome to pioneer the implementation of technology in their organization, one of the first in South Carolina.

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Sensors Harness Skills for Independence at ADAPT (UCP-NYC)

Efrain uses SimplyHome technologies to increase independence with respect to his health. He uses Telehealth devices that record his blood sugar and blood pressure levels. He also uses a medication dispenser, which allows him to start his day and take medication without assistance from staff.  “I like just getting up and being able to get going,” said Efrain. “It’s my own routine, I don’t have to wait for staff.”

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Article Features Tuneberg Remote Supports Fund, SimplyHome technology

Recently the Aaron Tuneberg Remote Supports Project was featured in the Daily Camera, the Boulder, Colorado newspaper.

This program is being run by Imagine!, a Boulder County non-profit that helps people with developmental disabilities. Imagine! partners with SimplyHome to provide technology to their clients at multiple locations, so that those clients can gain safety and independence while living on their own in the community.

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SimplyHome, LLC Awarded Specially Adapted Housing Assistive Technology Grant

SimplyHome, LLC has been awarded a Specially Adapted Housing Assistive Technology Grant (SAHAT) by the Veterans Benefit Administration. The purpose of the SAHAT grant program is to improve home adaptions or enhance a Veteran's or Servicemember's ability to live independently, such as voice-recognition and voice-command operations, living environment controls, and adaptive feeding equipment.

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'Smart' home: Paralyzed in a car accident, student achieves goal of living on his own

Before the Charles Lea Center outfitted the apartment with “smart” technology, Dodd had to have someone with him at all times. That Dodd is able to live by himself is a remarkable achievement given what he's gone through medically. During a visit to the hospital for surgery a few years ago, Dodd told the staff he wanted them to help him find an apartment in which he could live on his own. “They said, 'Oh, you can't do that.' And I was like, 'I'll show you I can do it. I know I can.'

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