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Your home is supposed to be your sanctuary; but for a Paralympic weight lifter Unit, Difficulty at home, it is sometimes a tricky area, which reminds him of what he had lost, nearly two decades ago.
When Redd was a senior at James Madison High School in Brooklyn, new york, new york, where he was also on the soccer game, he was shot in the back on a warm summer night in a random act of violence that left him unable to walk.
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Simple, everyday actions that most of us take for granted, like being able to easily reach the light switch, or thermostat, or to be able to bend over and pick it up from our cell phones when we are different for a person who is living with paralysis.
So, for the people, like the Difficulty, the voice-enabled devices, you can make all the difference.
Paralympic powerlifter Garrison Redd, shown here, is Google, Home, Mini, to improve the quality of their lives. (Thank you, Google)
The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation and Google have announced a partnership on Friday to get a better understanding of how technology can lift people living with paralysis. As part of that effort, Google has been one donation of $ 100,000 to Google Home page, the Mini pages is to help the community.
“I’ve had mine for a few months now, and it has helped me a lot in my area, a greater degree of independence, and to have a little fun with my voice,” Redd, 31, said in a blog post announcing the donation.
Redd is currently training for the 2020 Paralympic Games as a weightlifter for Team USA. It weighs in at 120 pounds, he was able to lift 305 pounds, and want to exceed 400 pounds at the time of the Games will happen in the next year.
“The wheelchair is not a disability. It is the society which creates limitations for people in wheelchairs,” Redd said in a video released by Google.
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On the Google Home page, a Mini, a smart-speaker that packs a good amount of computing power, in spite of its small size, it can be connected to your Nest Thermostat, set your alarms, managing your calendar, music, and the answers to some of the most pressing questions.
To keep the Mini’s power, all you have to say is, “Hey Google.”
“Twenty-nine years ago, and today was the day, and the Americans with Disabilities Act, landmark legislation to create the public spaces that are accessible to everyone. Unfortunately, the world is not flat, there are still barriers for people living with paralysis,” Redd, who is also a motivational speaker, said.
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“I’m hopeful that Google’s Nest may help more people to make it their home, which is a lot easier to move around, just as it was for me,” the weight lifter said.
People living with paralysis and their caregivers can find out if they are eligible to receive the Google Homepage, and Mini, by pressing the button that is on the lookout for more information on the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation can be found here.
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