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My smart home for seniors

Miller, Michael

My smart home for seniors

by Miller, Michael

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Home economics,
  • Heating and ventilation,
  • Home automation,
  • Energy conservation,
  • Fire alarms,
  • Technology and older people,
  • Ecological houses,
  • Assistive computer technology,
  • Smartphones,
  • Computers and older people,
  • Dwellings,
  • Burglar alarms

  • About the Edition

    Easy, clear, readable, and focused on what you want to do. Step-by-step instructions for the tasks you care about most. Large, full-color, close-up photos show you exactly what to do. Tips and notes to help you along the way. Full-color, step-by-step tasks - in legible print - walk you through making your home safer and easier to live in using smart technology. Learn how to: Control your home"s lighting with smart bulbs and switches ; Make your home more secure with smart doorbells, door locks, and security cameras ; Automatically control your home"s temperature with a smart thermostat ; Make cooking and cleaning easier with smart appliances ; Use voice commands or your smart phone to control your smart devices ; Use If This Then That (IFTTT) to make your smart devices interact with each other automatically ; Get smart about the security and privacy concerns of smart devices ; Set up your smart devices and get them to work with one another ; Compare and select the best smart hub for your smart home needs ; Learn to use Amazon Alexa, Google Home and other voice-activated devices, as well as Apple"s HomeKit on the iPhone, to make your smart devices work together.

    Edition Notes

    StatementMichael Miller
    ContributionsPearson Education, Inc
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7881.25 .M55 2017
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 361 pages
    Number of Pages361
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26926465M
    ISBN 100789759896
    ISBN 109780789759894
    LC Control Number2017942349
    OCLC/WorldCa969383319

      Smart security systems, connected sensors, and a multitude of other smart home devices can address many common challenges of aging, helping seniors stay safer and healthier in their homes for longer. By equipping our homes with this type of smart tech today, it's possible to create a space we can live in for (almost) all our : Jennifer Pattison Tuohy. I was wandering through the Best Buy website on green Monday and found the iPhone 7 for one dollar I could not believe my eyes I immediately ran to the store and purchase the phone my husband and I have been playing with our phones and learning the phones every since this is a great price".

      Part of what makes the Galaxy S8 a great choice for seniors is the inclusion of "Easy Mode." An optional setting on Samsung smartphones, this mode reconfigures the home screen with a simpler layout and larger fonts. There’s still access to the powerful features of the Galaxy S8, just in a more user-friendly capacity. Amazon Echo’s Alexa for seniors with dementia. Caregivers often get frustrated because seniors with dementia repeat questions endlessly, need to be entertained, or get anxious when you’re not around.. Having Alexa there to answer questions, talk about news or weather, or play music can give caregivers much-needed breaks.

    Smart homes for the elderly are becoming popular. From the current crop of millennials, 33% of girls and 21% of boys can expect to live well into their 90s. Improved housing and nutrition along with advances in medical technology and public health has caused global life expectancy to spike by years from to according to the World. (shelved 2 times as senior-center-book-club) avg rating — , ratings — published


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