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For many of us, using voice commands to turn on lights or change channels on our TV is a luxury, but for those with limited mobility, voice activated solutions such as these can be life changing, both for the individual as well as their caregivers.  This blog is meant to help you get started with voice activated solutions. Getting Started – Solutions to help those with Limited Mobility by Bill Weis Technology solutions can be beneficial to a person with limited mobility as well as their caregiver(s). The intent of this document is to provide a high-level overview of how to get started. Home automation and voice activation are very achievable today. Access to the internet and a Wi-Fi router are required for nearly all solutions.  Read more. Voice Activation for the Bed by Bill Weis Today this is a custom solution that requires development effort. Don’t expect a voice activated bed from any manufacturer until late 2018, at least that is what I am being told. Keep in mind that what enables a bed to move is the controller/linear actuator/and hand held remote.  In most cases, bed manufacturers do not make their own controllers and use the controller/linear actuator/remote from one of these companies.  Read more. Working with the Logitech Harmony Hub by Bill Weis Hopefully you’ve read the Getting Started – Solutions to help those with Limited Mobility document which gives a high-level overview of a number of solutions that may provide benefit for those with limited mobility. This document is meant to provide deeper guidance for the Logitech Harmony Hub and to provide some helpful links for more information.  Read more. Guide Button – Step by Step by Bill Weis This is an overview of the process of defining the Guide Button/Page Up/Page Down/Select. I have not found any documentation from Logitech on how to do this, but this is a big request from those with limited mobility. I configured this for Robbie Ivey several months ago.  Read more. Resources for Voice Activated Solutions by Bill Weis Amazon Echo, Alexa Support, Google Home getting started Google, Home Help Forum, Google Home Support, Logitech Harmony Knowledge Base, Logitech Harmony Support Phone, Lifx Wemo Support. Read more. Voice Activated Doors by Bill Weis Open Sesame is a product that some people with limited mobility have today to make it easier for them to open and pass through doors. To open the door, the individual presses a button on a hand held remote. Some have asked us if we could voice activate the Open Sesame door system and we have provided that solution. Read more.
Copyright  2018 Limited Mobility Solutions LLC. Website by North Country Website Design.
Limited Mobility Solutions

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For many of us, using voice commands to turn on lights or change channels on our TV is a luxury, but for those with limited mobility, voice activated solutions such as these can be life changing, both for the individual as well as their caregivers.  This blog is meant to help you get started with voice activated solutions. Getting Started – Solutions to help those with Limited Mobility by Bill Weis Technology solutions can be beneficial to a person with limited mobility as well as their caregiver(s). The intent of this document is to provide a high- level overview of how to get started. Home automation and voice activation are very achievable today. Access to the internet and a Wi-Fi router are required for nearly all solutions.  Read more. Voice Activation for the Bed by Bill Weis Today this is a custom solution that requires development effort. Don’t expect a voice activated bed from any manufacturer until late 2018, at least that is what I am being told. Keep in mind that what enables a bed to move is the controller/linear actuator/and hand held remote.  In most cases, bed manufacturers do not make their own controllers and use the controller/linear actuator/remote from one of these companies.  Read more. Working with the Logitech Harmony Hub by Bill Weis Hopefully you’ve read the Getting Started – Solutions to help those with Limited Mobility document which gives a high-level overview of a number of solutions that may provide benefit for those with limited mobility. This document is meant to provide deeper guidance for the Logitech Harmony Hub and to provide some helpful links for more information.  Read more. Guide Button – Step by Step by Bill Weis This is an overview of the process of defining the Guide Button/Page Up/Page Down/Select. I have not found any documentation from Logitech on how to do this, but this is a big request from those with limited mobility. I configured this for Robbie Ivey several months ago.  Read more. Resources for Voice Activated Solutions by Bill Weis Amazon Echo, Alexa Support, Google Home getting started Google, Home Help Forum, Google Home Support, Logitech Harmony Knowledge Base, Logitech Harmony Support Phone, Lifx Wemo Support. Read more. Voice Activated Doors by Bill Weis Open Sesame is a product that some people with limited mobility have today to make it easier for them to open and pass through doors. To open the door, the individual presses a button on a hand held remote. Some have asked us if we could voice activate the Open Sesame door system and we have provided that solution. Read more.