Tech-focused living for seniors
in North Kingstown

CREATED BY h.a. Fisher Homes, the Cox Communications “Connected Independence” smart home displays more than 50 home-based technologies and is a “Wakefield” design in the Kingstowne Ridge neighborhood of Reynolds Farm in North Kingstown. / COURTESY H.A. FISHER HOMES

NORTH KINGSTOWN – The Reynolds Farm development in North Kingstown is known for its “woman-centered design” choices, now it’s gaining a name for being technology friendly for seniors.

The planned development of newly constructed homes, created by h.a. Fisher Homes, was the setting last week for the Cox Communications “Connected Independence” smart home. The house that displays more than 50 home-based technologies is a “Wakefield” design in the Kingstowne Ridge neighborhood of Reynolds Farm. The house is intended for buyers aged 55 and up.

The home is intended to safeguard the health and security of aging residents, and of family and friends who can’t live with them. Some of the technologies are related to automation, virtual reality, security, and entertainment options.

Some of the products available now include Cox Homelife, which can be used for home monitoring and security, automation, turning off air conditioning and heating systems, and other home features.

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The development has been ready-wired with the fastest internet speeds available through Cox, according to Hugh Fisher, president of h.a. Fisher Homes.

Mary MacDonald is a staff writer for the PBN. Contact her at macdonald@pbn.com.

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