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Is a Poor WiFi Connection Holding Your Community Back?

Bad WiFi networking connections wreak havoc on caregiving. A recent survey by Senior Housing News cited poor WiFi as the #1 technology challenge facing Senior Living communities today, amplifying issues related to COVID-19.*
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Direct Supply® now offers expert commercial WiFi and WiFi networking infrastructure to support your senior care community’s needs.

Tailored, commercial WiFi for the systems and daily uses in Senior Living communities

Exceptional 24/7 customer and technical support for your WiFi networking needs

Over 4,000 successful system deployments from our nationwide network of WiFi technicians

Best-in-class WiFi solutions for reliability and peak performance

Ongoing maintenance and management for optimal, continuous WiFi performance

Education and consultation to understand the complex world of WiFi networking and systems

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*The COVID Effect: Technology Adaptation in 2020, presented by Senior Housing News and Philips, reveals the views on coronavirus-related technology adoption of more than 250 members of the Senior Housing News audience. The survey was conducted online from Jul. 30 to Aug. 17 of 2020.