Voice Activated Solutions for Those with Limited Mobility.
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Welcome to the Future

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. Bill and Deb Weis had the pleasure of meeting and working with Carrie and Robbie Ivey in the summer of 2017, and the need for this website was inspired from the work they did with them. Soon after the Ivey project, they were joined by an old Digital and Microsoft colleague (John Hollcraft) whose talents helped our company mature and achieve 501(c)(3) status. At Limited Mobility Solutions, our goal is to leverage existing home automation devices that are compatible with Google and Amazon smart speakers to help people who have lost their independence due to debilitating disease or injury so they can regain some of that independence. We also explore how extending home automation to areas not currently available like beds, recliners, or door openers might provide additional benefit. Our intention is to measure that benefit while making note of observations that would be of great interest to the appropriate industry whether that be Google, the bed industry, recliner industry, etc.  We have some great relationships in these industries and freely share our observations on a regular basis with the hopes that their scalable solutions will be better, in part, because of our feedback.        
Robbie Ivy is our inspiration for Limited Mobility Solutions
Limited Mobility Solutions
Voice Activated Solutions for Those with Limited Mobility.
Copyright  2020 Limited Mobility Solutions Inc. Want to Donate? | Website by North Country Website Design.

Welcome to the Future

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. Bill and Deb Weis had the pleasure of meeting and working with Carrie and Robbie Ivey in the summer of 2017, and the need for this website was inspired from the work they did with them. Soon after the Ivey project, they were joined by an old Digital and Microsoft colleague (John Hollcraft) whose talents helped our company mature and achieve 501(c)(3) status. At Limited Mobility Solutions, our goal is to leverage existing home automation devices that are compatible with Google and Amazon smart speakers to help people who have lost their independence due to debilitating disease or injury so they can regain some of that independence. We also explore how extending home automation to areas not currently available like beds, recliners, or door openers might provide additional benefit. Our intention is to measure that benefit while making note of observations that would be of great interest to the appropriate industry whether that be Google, the bed industry, recliner industry, etc.  We have some great relationships in these industries and freely share our observations on a regular basis with the hopes that their scalable solutions will be better, in part, because of our feedback.        
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