Braille Playing Cards - Independent Living Centres Australia.
Somerset Sight is a not for profit organisation, providing practical and emotional support to over 3,500 people and their families across the county who are blind or visually impaired. Our services include low visual aids, a mobile advisory service, emotional support, activity groups and our flagship volunteer visiting service, plus many more!
Playing Bingo after Vision Loss; Domines are Still in Style for People with Visual Impairment; Card Games Large print playing cards with enlarged letters, numbers, and suits can be purchased at toy or department stores and specialty companies. These decks make it possible for individuals to enjoy bridge, poker, cribbage and other card games.
Hoyle easy-to-see cards make playing fun again. MaxiAids offers Hoyle playing cards for the visually impaired make playing cards possible for everyone. Hoyle Super Jumbo Playing Cards are standard size cards with easy-to-see oversized 1-inch high numerals. These low vision aids are accessible to those with diminished vision and kids.
Large print playing cards. Comes with either a blue or red colour pack.
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Pack of easy-to-see large print playing cards with good colour contrast and bold characters which measure 3.2cm (1.25 inches) in height to make each card easier to identify. The red and black print on the white card provides good colour contrast.
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