Housing is one of the most important determinants of people’s quality of life and wellbeing. It is the physical and social space that individuals control, where they express their personal identity, privacy and security. As people grow old, they become strongly attached to their home environment they have spent most of their lives in. They associate it with many memories and identity, as well as with the social network they have built in their living environment. Therefore, the older people wish to remain in their homes and in the same familiar living and social environment, and to retain their independence as long as possible. In modern digital society, this is made possible through digital technologies and systems that provide a variety of remote services and contacts to individuals in their homes and local environment. The services that are especially relevant to the elderly involve social assistance and healthcare, home care, safety, education, maintaining social contacts, community participation, transport, and so on. The digitalization of home living environments is not only important for older people, but also brings many benefits, especially relief, to their family members as informal carers, as well as to society. Despite its advantages, digitalization of home environments of the elderly also has many limitations because it is often at odds with their needs, requirements, and capabilities. With aging, the life of the elderly is increasingly centred around their home and its immediate surroundings, and so in the future increasingly more elderly people may become isolated and socially (and spatially) excluded from their local communities or home environments. To avoid this, older people should embrace the digitalization of their home environments as an opportunity to maintain their independence and autonomy and to age well in their own homes and communities. The aim of the project is to explore the digitalization of older people’s home living environments, its acceptability among older people and the possibilities for its introduction into the Slovenian social environment. The main objective of the proposed research is to define approaches to digitalizing the home environments of the elderly in Slovenia based on the users’ viewpoints, needs, desires, perceptions, and capabilities, so that the elderly can accept digitalization as an opportunity for remaining independent and for quality aging in their homes and communities.