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In the news: Open House to Celebrate SimplyHome's New Offices!

SimplyHome is delighted to announce that we have officially moved in to our new and expanded offices at 48 Fisk Drive in Arden! We hope you can join us for an open house, ribbon cutting, and delicious hors d'oeuvres by Farm to Fender with beverages supplied by Wicked Weed Brewing, our new neighbors in Arden. Our open house will take place from 4-6 on Thursday, March 8.

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Does My State Have Funding for Enabling Technology?

It’s a question we hear often: Does my state cover assistive technology? It’s not a surprising question: Working through pages and pages of waivers and other documents can make you feel like you are working in the dark.

As we work with providers, clients, families, and loved ones, most want to know if Medicaid funding can be used to implement assistive technology – and specifically, to use that technology to promote independence as a part of a life in the community.

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In Alaska, Technology Helps Create Connection and Independence

In the state of Alaska, feeling connected can be a challenge, with neighbors sometimes miles away and reliable internet access often only available via satellite. Alaska is the least densely populated of all U.S. states and the state capital, Juneau, boasts a population of only 32,000.

But one service provider, REACH, has long been on a mission to connect the people they serve – many of whom have intellectual or developmental disabilities – with the services they need and the communities they live in.

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SimplyHome Develops Voice-Activated Technology through VA Grant

After two tours in the Middle East and several combat-related injuries, John decided it was time to rejoin civilian life and hone new skill sets in the business technology world. John runs a small business out of his house and uses SimplyHome technology to set the scene for a day of working from home.

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Assistive Technology: A Tool for the Alzheimer’s Caregiver

For the Alzheimer’s caregiver, assistive technology can create a stronger safety net for their loved one, allowing the caregiver to receive alerts when additional support is needed. These alerts can be sent to multiple family members, enabling families to distribute caregiving responsibilities and take better care of themselves and their loved ones.

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