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Jay H - Citizen Ambassador
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What are some home automation options that you find useful and would recommend for a person with limited mobility?

How easy is it to set-up and use etc.?

Cheers

Posted on behalf of David, Advocate, Person living with disability

This topic was modified 5 months ago 3 times by Jay H - Citizen Ambassador
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Posted : 16/10/2020 6:55 am
Jay H - Citizen Ambassador
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Hi David,

I found that for using voice control, the google home app and google mini speaker were pretty easy to set up and get used to. Mine is paired with a broadlink rm3 infrared blaster to control my a/c and tv, the broadlink rm3 is cheap but quite tedious and time consuming to set up, perhaps a logitec harmony hub would be a better option. Both should be claimable under NDIS too.

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