HomeStay Care to trial carer and client apps at St John of God smart home

ASX-listed healthcare technology vendor HomeStay Care has begun a trial of two new apps for carers and clients at a St John of God Health Care smart home in Melbourne's East Brighton that is being developed as a blueprint for the charitable organisation's disability services.

The house is being fitted with motion sensors, apps, voice assistants and artificial intelligence for people with cognitive issues and secondary conditions such as epilepsy, cerebral palsy and blindness.

Posted in Aged Care

Tags: HomeStay Care

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