HHHunt, a senior living community operator in the U.S., is partnering with K4Connect to bring smart-home technology and personal devices into their communities in North Carolina.

The smart technology is being implemented as many senior living communities and elderly care facilities experience a shortage of caregivers as the number of elderly living in the U.S. grows quickly. The technology being used by HHHunt will enable facilities to provide better care despite the staffing shortage, said Richard Williams, senior vice president of HHHunt’s Spring Arbor Senior Living Communities.

The platform offers a number of capabilities such as allowing residents to control their living environments, such as thermostats and light switches; monitor their wellness, such as pill reminders and fitness trackers; and communicate with others.

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