“I hate the “what if” game. I’m such a believer in everything happening the way it’s supposed to happen.”
– Bruce Willis, Frontotemporal Dementia
Smart speakers and technology offer invaluable benefits for people with neurological disabilities. Voice-controlled interfaces provide easier access to information, entertainment, and home automation. They enhance independence by enabling tasks like setting reminders, controlling lights, and making calls without physical effort. This technology fosters greater inclusivity and convenience in daily life.
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