- New pilot scales developmental services delivery to support more people with developmental disabilities to live autonomously
- Remote monitoring, smart notifications, alert services, and smart device integration will provide in-home support via customizable Webex by Cisco technology and Meraki sensors
- Through web and mobile, communications are targeted to different audiences including users, family members and caregivers
TORONTO, ON, November 8, 2021 – Today, Cisco Canada in partnership with York Support Services Network, Reena, META, CLASS, and Creating Alternatives announce the Autonomous Living Project (ALP), a mobile web application and web-based platform designed to enhance autonomous living for people in Ontario with diverse abilities. Through remote monitoring, smart notifications, alert services, and smart device integration, users will receive in-home support via customized Cisco technology to help them live independently. The pilot is currently being beta tested at Reena’s Lou Fruitman Residence and will launch to a wider audience in the spring of 2022.