In celebration of the 29th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation has joined forces with Google to improve independence at home by providing up to 100,000 free Google Home Minis to individuals living with paralysis and their caregivers.
Through the Google Home Mini, an individual living with paralysis can have greater control of daily tasks from turning on music to finding out the latest news. Additionally, when coupled with partner products and other applications, a Google Home Mini can help community members control compatible devices so they can turn on lights, adjust the temperature, and even see who is at the front door.
This offer is only available in the U.S. to individuals living with paralysis and mobility impairments, as well as their caregivers and is available while supplies last. Each unit is shipped free of cost to the address of the recipient. That’s right, it’s 100% free. Get your free Home Mini HERE.
How you can get your free device: It's simple -- here is a quick guide to redeem your free Google Home Mini right now:
Go to GoogleNest.ReeveFoundation.org and fill out a brief form that verifies you are eligible for a free device as an individual living with paralysis or a caregiver
Once you submit the form and are verified, you will receive an email notification with a link to redeem your free Google Home Mini
When you click on the link, you will arrive at the Google Store. Once you have selected a Google Home Mini color and added the device to your cart, you will need to checkout to see the free offer applied
Please note, you will have to provide your shipping address as well as a credit card number to complete the process -- your data is completely secure and your credit card will not be charged for the device
Your Google Home Mini is 100% free and ground shipping is included for the device thanks to our friends at Google
The last day to redeem this offer for a free device is August 13, 2019
Once you get your Mini, our good friend and Google employee, Ran Tao, has made this nifty video on how you can easily set up your device.