Your Hope for 2017

 Posted by on December 27, 2016 at 5:57 PM  Inspire
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My intention with this article was to be a continuation of contributor Jason Hubal’s hope articles after his passing, but this year there was a seeming lack of interest. Jason passed away earlier this year. My hope for 2017 is for DisabilityVoice to help more people with disabilities and for DisabilityVoice website to grow in usability & number of users. If you missed the deadline for giving your hope, there is still time to give your hope for an article in the new year. Check out the inspirational quote for December 2016 at the end of this newsletter for some inspiration. People who don’t necessarily have a disability, but know people with disabilities are also invited to give your hope or inspiration. The new deadline is Thursday, January 19, 2017.

Living Beyond Boundaries Yankee Candle Fundraiser

 Posted by on October 21, 2016 at 4:40 PM  Inspire
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Living Beyond Boundaries is holding a fundraiser so your organization can help people with disabilities live a meaningful life filled with happiness, experiences, and
opportunities. Living Beyond Boundaries, Inc is a not for profit Corporation and is tax exempt under
Section 501 (c) (3).

Click on the link below, once the page loads, go down to Start Shopping and enter the group code 990106224 and enjoy.


Author: Timothy Carey  Publication: DisabilityVoice Date: 10-21-2016 

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Echo, Echo Dot, and now the Echo Dot (2nd Gen) are among a line of products that can control your world by connecting to the voice system called Alexa.   Products that interface with Alexa allow you to control other products through Alexa.  From getting the time and asking for a weather report, to listening to Pandora and prime music, to adjusting the thermostat or turning on a light, to checking your calendar or even preheating your oven, everything is done by voice with Alexa.  The Alexa system can be used by people without an Amazon Prime Account, but a prime account will open up a world of more features.  As a person with a physical disability, I can say Alexa has changed my world.

Now you can help support DisabilityVoice by purchasing an Echo Dot Second Generation.  You must purchase through one of the links at the DV Amazon page for the purchase to help DisabilityVoice.
Echo Dot (2nd Gen) comes in black or white. Either color $49.99.  With a prime membership 2 day shipping is free.

DV Amazon page


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