My Voice is My Power
An Android Accessibility Story
1-minute read

Paul Amadeus Lane is a loving husband, journalist, radio host and technology enthusiast whose voice is paving the way for a more accessible world. After a multi-car collision left him with paralysis in four limbs, Paul has used Android accessibility features like Voice Access to produce his regular radio show. He works to break down technological and societal barriers by connecting other people to the tools that help them access more in life.

This film, launched as part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, celebrates access and inclusion for all — part of Google's larger commitment to creating accessible technology for and with people with disabilities.

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