Speak2 Family started with our Mom, Dad, and Grandma.
Matt wanted his Mom to hear from her four sons and thirteen grandchildren… everyday! She needed a simple and direct way to communicate, ask for assistance, and conveniently interact with her grandchildren.
Screens and phones are difficult for her. Amazon Alexa and Speak2 Family removes this barrier. The entire family can keep an eye out for her and help her with her requests. It keeps her as the family centerpiece, just like she always was.
Meet the Team
Chief Difference Maker
Marketing guru who loves product development and Reality TV (ugh).
Jillian actually cast a spell on 2020 and made it better than what was actually going to happen.
This picture taken 20 lbs ago. Matt likes karaoke, sports and Taylor Swift.
Did not shave or get a haircut or exercise. Also doesn't know why Zoom became the go-to web conference but has accepted it.
Handles everything and puts up with Matt's long-winded explanations of obvious things.
You could never tell but Laura is from Brooklyn, and you can often see her walking her dogs or taking in strays and keeping them.
Laser-focused market researcher learning the ins and outs of industry trends and consumer decisions
Ally is a multi-talented acapella singer. We are still waiting for her to debut her Speak2 single.
Product Advisor, MOT OTRL
Passionate Occupational Therapist focused on quality care and offering real-life expertise
Catch Helen hanging out in her hometown NYC doing a polar bear plunge or enjoying the beach.
Speak2 family users
EVERY DAY SUPPORT
We have a dedicated support team to help set up your account, Amazon Alexa, and guide you through helpful ways to use Speak2 Family.
Ease of use
Learning how to use an Alexa is simple. Seniors embrace Amazon Alexas. It’s easy for them to interact with their voice – hear music, news, sports, and more.
visibility & transparency
Communicate when most convenient for you. It’s possible to provide Mom and Dad the personal attention and care they deserve even when we’re not physically there.
TACTile & Visual problems
Seniors struggle with screens and smartphones. Tapping and swiping is difficult due to lower tactile and visual sensors. It’s easy for them to feel frustrated and vulnerable which leads to disengagement.