Large dice that makes it easier for people with poor vision to see and participate in board games. Great for people with macular degeneration or other visual impairment that wish to continue participating in social events.
A large print tiles that allows those with visual impairments to participate in the game of scrabble. Great for sufferers of macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts and other vision deficits.
A writing aid that pencils and pens are placed into to increase the ease of writing. This aid gives writing utensils a larger surface area which in turn makes them more easy to hold and use. Great for people with arthritis or muscle grip weakness.
A pair of gloves that are resistant to cuts. This is best used as an additional safety measure for people that have difficulty with hand control or coordination within the context of meal preparation. Great for minimizing accidental knife cuts on the hands.
Playing cards with extra large fonts and images to help those with decreased vision. While the cards themselves are the same size as a regular set, the big face values allows people with vision impairments to enjoy recreational games with friends.
A wireless alert button that is worn by a user to call for assistance from a caregiver who wears the receiving pager. With a range of approximately 500 feet, this gives both people piece of mind that help can always be reached.