Numotion's COVID-19 Response: What you Need to Know

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1. side-image.PNGTake advantage of smart technology. Searching for the light switch in the dark isn’t safe, and spending hours looking for a remote isn’t efficient. Smart technlogy is a great resource to help you be more independent in your home. 

2. Learn about the available options - there are so many! Think about what you could use help with - and see what products are out there. There are a vareity of speaker assistants, like Google Home and Amazon Alexa, that use voice commands to adjust the thermostat, turn on/off lights, start/stop the laundry and even lock the doors!

3. Consider the interoperability of the options you choose. Work with a professional, or do your research, to make sure every product you choose will work compatibly with the others.
Carrie Finale, ATP

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Carrie Finale, ATP

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Carrie now resides in the Florida Panhandle with her boyfriend and dog. Carrie was injured in 1997 in a motor vehicle collision, and sustained a spinal cord injury and complete paraplegia. In 2008 she started handcycling recreationally with a group of riders at the Bay Area Outreach Program in Berkeley, CA. Carrie began to race handcycles competitively, which led to a spot on the US National Team in 2011. In 2013, Carrie took second in the the world’s longest wheelchair/handcycle, Alaska’s Sadler Challenge. In 2014, Carrie began her career as an ATP, and joined the Numotion team in 2017. In addition to handcycling, Carrie enjoys boating and traveling.