Assistive technology smart home opens in East Brighton

A technology-enabled home designed for people with complex intellectual disabilities has opened in Melbourne's East Brighton, equipped with a range of assistive technologies that are being studied by Deakin University researchers.

Support and accommodation provider St John of God Accord has built the five-bedroom home and is using technologies developed in collaboration with ASX-listed HomeStay as a blueprint for future accommodation for people with an intellectual disability.

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Tags: HomeStay Care

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