Accessibility With Amazon Echo See how you can use Amazon Echo as an accessibility device for people with disabilities. It is a great device especially for people with blindness or low vision, amputees, or anyone who are not comfortable with typing on a keyboard.

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Let Alexa Help You Meditate!

This skill can help people with disabilities start some ambient/background/white noise with just voice commands that can help them stay focused, calm and relaxed, and to meditate. This skill has surf, rain, and forest...

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Reading Kindle & Audible Books

Anyone with disabilities that prevent them from using traditional/ physical books (vision impairment, amputation, paralysis, etc.) can use Amazon Echo to read Kindle books to them. All they have to do is say “Alexa,...

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Alexa, Hello!

Hi! I am assuming that you have probably heard a lot about Amazon Echo in the last two years or so. If you haven’t, check it out here! It is a device that accepts...