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New smart home in Anderson Township built to help people with disabilities

Ally Kraemer, WCPO |

Living Arrangements for the Developmentally Disabled built the house with state-of-the-art technology so people who would normally need in-person support can live mostly on their own.

The house is equipped with a fingerprint scanner for the front door and smart appliances like a washer and dryer, which can be controlled remotely by support staff. There is also a system called GrandCare, which allows people inside the house to communicate face-to-face remotely with staff members.

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