Assisted Living


Using Home Automation technology to enable people with a disability to enjoy greater independence. 

Home Automation offers a range of functions that can allow many people with a disability the opportunity to live a more independent life. Instead of being restricted to living in health care centres, many people can now enjoy living in their own home, performing many daily tasks via their Home Automation system using a smart phone or tablet such as an iPad.

Examples of tasks that can be easily carried out via a Smart Phone or tablet can include:

  • Opening and closing doors
  • Opening and closing blinds
  • Answering doorbells
  • Turning appliances On/Off
  • Turning lights On/Off
  • Turning heating and cooling On/Off
  • Security controls
  • Easily communicate with support centres in the event of an emergency

Single button solutions enable a number of tasks to be performed with a single touch. For example, a “LEAVE HOME” button can close doors and widows, turn off lights, turn off heating/cooling and lock the front door.

Assisted Living technology is a substantial step forward in giving people with a disability the opportunity to more live independently than ever before.

If you would like to learn more about how Assisted Living can support you, call Chris at C Squared Automation to arrange an appointment.


The Home Automation system featured in the above video was installed by C Squared Automation.