A wide range of games and puzzles are available on the market which have been adapted to enable disabled people, including blind or partially sighted people, to enjoy them. Included in this section are playing cards and accessories, puzzles, and table, floor and wall games. Alongside the details of the products are a list of suppliers who sell them.
Some games may be brighter, more tactile or have larger print than standard games, and some include braille for those with sight loss.
The adaptations made to these games and puzzles may allow you and your family and friends to enjoy playing them together.1
The games and puzzles in this section have been designed mainly for adults. For information on games and puzzles for children, visit our section on children's games and puzzles in Living made easy for children.
If you would like further advice regarding daily living equipment related to leisure activities you could try relevant sections of AskSARA. AskSARA is our free online guided advice tool. AskSARA will ask you questions about yourself and your environment (for example, how you manage using garden tools, or access your back garden) and then offer relevant advice, product suggestions and supplier details.
- AskSARA's Gardening, hobbies and leisure section.
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Use our interactive quiz AskSARA to guide you to advice and equipment.
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