There are many products on the market that are directed towards those with low or diminishing vision. Those for the completely blind are mainly electronic. These are a few products that don’t rely on power to make the lives of the impaired easier and more enjoyable.
“Enjoy Uno with family and friends with these brailled Uno cards. Sighted and blind players can enjoy this popular game. This set contains a standard Uno deck of cards that has been brailled. Does not include the card tray and score pad.”
This full-sized plastic, washable board has one side that is black to contrast with light colored food you are cutting. The other side is white to define dark foods being cut on. That extra contrast can make it easier to see what you are cutting. It measures 14 1/4" x 9 1/2" x 1/4".
It may take a bit more time to actually feel out the face of each individual square in a Rubik’s cube than to attempt solving it visually with colors, but this braille-equipped version is certainly an interesting challenge even for those who aren’t visually impaired.
When you can’t see, you rely upon hearing and, of course, touch in order to learn – so tactile flash cards imprinted with the name of an object in braille on one side and a physical texture on the other are a particularly effective way to become familiar with new things.