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Best Large Print Keyboards for seniors that are visually impaired

Dad and I have been working on putting together some tips for our clients on how to have a successful training class. In the process, we realized that one of the most important tips we can give is the type of software and hardware we use for our Hands on Training classes.

As Dad was showing me the set-up of the training classroom they have at the Armed Forces Retirement Home I was blown away by the best large print keyboards they had set up. I have to admit, I’m just now at the age where I need reading glasses and the print on paper, my computer and smartphone are all needing to be a little bit larger. 🙂  

I asked Dad what were the comments and feedback he had received about these large print keyboards and he said the students LOVE THEM!

Take a look at how they have their training room set up and check out those these keyboards that are helping the residents that have low vision.

I love that they come in yellow and white!

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Dad and I went on a hunt for the best large print keyboards that are on the market and have listed them below.

These are based on the reviews and feedback that others have supplied as well as those that have used these computer keyboards pictured above.

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1. AbleNet Large Print USB Computer Keyboard for Visually Impaired Individuals 

4.2 out of 5 stars

This Keys-U-See Large Print Keyboard was designed specifically for those with conditions that cause visual impairment or low vision, such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts.

Plug and play for Windows 7, NT, 2000, XP and Vista and also works on Window 8.

Connects to your computer through a USB port and is 18 inches long, and about 7.5 inches front to back.

What others are saying about this keyboard:

  • Love this new keyboard. The letters are deep black and large. It has an easy touch and so easy to read back. Recommend this keyboard to everyone
  • It is very visible, compact enough to fit on my desk tray, but with keys that are big enough to make typing easy
  • My mom has macular degeneration and was very close to losing touch with family by giving up her daily emails to sisters and other families in other states. The keyboard enabled her to keep in touch with everyone each day.

2. New and Improved: EZSee by DC – Large Print Computer Keyboard USB Wired (Yellow Keys with Black Jumbo Oversized Print Letters)

4.2 out of 5 stars

The EZsee Large Print Keyboard has gone through some changes over the years and with this new and improved one, the ratings and reviews are much higher now.

Largest print on keycaps available in a full-size keyboard. Easily seen print, even in low light. # Recommended for the visually impaired. Additional keys (hotkeys) have been added to the keyboard to allow for easier access to commonly used commands, such as searching and accessing email and the Internet and energy saving commands: wake and sleep, when you need to leave your computer on, but won’t be using it.

These big, bold keys will have you using the computer, with more accurate keystrokes for a more enjoyable time

This is a USB Wired keyboard, and it does run on ALL Windows including Windows 10.
The Keyboard dimensions are: 17 x 6.5

What others are saying about this keyboard:

  • I have low vision and it was very hard for me to see my old keyboard this one works great for me. I would recommend it to anyone who has a vision problem
  • Finally a keyboard with keys I can read! Also, I like the feel of the keyboard and its ease of use.
  • My grandma has macular degeneration which leads to poor vision. This has helped her tremendously. She can enjoy the computer again

3. Nuklz N Large Print Computer Keyboard with White Keys & Black Letters for Visually Impaired

4.5 out of 5 stars

The Nuklz N Large Print Computer Keyboard is designed specifically for those with conditions that cause visual impairment or low vision, such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts. Instead of the yellow keys with black lettering, you have white keys with black lettering. With its sleek design and big, bold keys will have you using the computer, with more accurate keystrokes for a more enjoyable time

This is a USB Wired keyboard, and it does run on Windows 98 and higher as well as MacOS.

The Keyboard dimensions are: 18 x 1.5 x 7 in

What others are saying about this keyboard:

  • Visually impaired Mom LOVES this keyboard!
  • The right tools for people with disabilities can be life-changing!
  • Great for those with less than perfect eyesight

4. AbleNet Keys U See Print USB Wired Keyboard, Yellow Keys with Large Black Print Characters 

4.1 out of 5 stars

If the above white keyboard with black lettering does not work for you then you can choose this Keys-U-See Large Print Keyboard that has the yellow keys with large black print letters on it. This keyboard was also designed specifically for those with conditions that cause visual impairment or low vision, such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts.

This is a USB Wired keyboard, and it does run on ALL Windows including Windows 10.

The Keyboard dimensions are: 18.5″ x 7.5″ x 1″

What others are saying about this keyboard:

  • I purchased this keyboard for a family member who suffers from macular degeneration. It was quick and easy for him to install, and the black on yellow makes a big difference..
  • I have very poor vision and this keyboard is the greatest help I’ve ever had!
  • Works great for my mom who doesn’t see too well – lets her continue to be independent with her computer.

What about you? Is there a keyboard that has made a huge difference in your life or the life of a loved one that you’d like to share with us? We’d love to hear about it because we use these keyboards to bring our Hands on Training Classes to Seniors in different states and we’d love to suggest only the best keyboards to them.

Until next time…

Y’all Be Blessed,
Audrey

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