Home Automation and Access Technology

Home Automation and Access Technologies (HAAT) is a specialised therapy service that supports Superyou clients in accessing their home environment and technologies.

What is Home Automation and Access Technology?

Home automation refers to the use of technology to control and automate household systems and appliances. This can include lighting, heating, air conditioning, security cameras, and even entertainment systems.

With the integration of smart devices and sensors, homeowners can remotely monitor and manage these systems using a smartphone, tablet, or computer.

Home automation not only enhances convenience but also offers improved energy efficiency and security by allowing users to schedule and adjust settings based on their preferences and needs.

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How Can Home Automation and Access Technology Help People?

Home automation and access technology focuses on making homes more accessible and accommodating for individuals with disabilities or mobility challenges.

This can involve the installation of voice-controlled devices, and other assistive technologies that facilitate independent living.

Access technology aims to remove barriers and create a more inclusive environment, enabling individuals to navigate their homes safely and comfortably.

By incorporating these adaptive solutions, homes can be tailored to meet the specific needs of residents, promoting autonomy and enhancing quality of life.

Home Automation and Access Technology at Superyou

Superyou Therapy has recognised the importance of integrating these kinds of innovations into our specialist services and is excited to announce that we are offering HAAT services to clients.

This helps us provide our clients with tailored smart solutions that cater to their unique needs, promoting greater autonomy and comfort in their daily lives.

Our highly trained clinicians understand of functional impact of the client’s disability and are aware of a wide range of technology solutions to enhance accessibility and independence.

Our services are tailored to the needs of the individuals, which includes:

– Assessment of the individual’s needs.

– Demonstrate the different types of technology to meet the client’s goal.

– Recommendation and prescription of range of technology

– Support in set up, training and review of technology.

Meet our Home Automation and Access Tech team

Kelvin Kong

Manager Assistive Technology and Innovation

Occupational Therapist

Kelvin has a Bachelor of Human Biology (Preclinical) from Curtin University, and a Master of Occupational Therapy from Curtin University.

His speciality is anything innovative and technology related e.g. Robotics, VR, Gaming, Access, etc.

Kelvin joined Superyou Tech as an opportunity to join an organisation with an overarching ethos that values employees and is always looking at better ways of delivering therapy services!

Jessica Dickson

Principal Consultant, Assistive Technology

Occupational Therapist

Jessica is an experienced Occupational Therapist who is passionate about supporting people to find the best assistive technology for their needs.

A self-proclaimed “geek” Jessica has developed specialist knowledge in the area of “high tech” AT, particularly computer and smart device access, environmental controls and mounting.

Jessica also has a strong belief that communicating is a fundamental human right and works closely with speech pathologists to finding and developing the best access method for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), such as switch, eye gaze and touch screen skills.

With over 15 years experience working in the disability sector, Jessica has joined the Superyou Tech team to provide clinical advice and support to help take the guess work out of choosing the right AT.

When not at work Jess loves going on adventures with her husband, young children and dog Bailey in their caravan.


A wide range of devices can be controlled, including air conditioners, lights, door locks, security cameras, smart appliances, and entertainment systems.

The specific features will vary from client to client, but features such as voice control, customisable interfaces, remote access, compatibility with assistive devices, and accessibility options like larger fonts, high-contrast displays, and tactile feedback are always helpful features!
Absolutely. Many home automation systems offer customisation options to tailor the experience to each individual and their needs. We will recommend and provide the right technology and customisations that will best suit your or your client’s needs so you can adjust settings, create routines, and integrate any specialised devices or sensors you may already have.

Home Access and Automation Technology can change lives!

Make a referral today to explore how HAAT can enhance and improve the safety and wellbeing of people with disability.