A large button phone makes it easier to stay in touch with friends and family without the frustration of trying to see the numbers.
My father-in-law who has wet macular degeneration was finding it difficult to see the numbers to dial on their regular phone.
When we found out that he would often have my mother-in-law dial the phone for him we quickly offered some options for him to keep his independence.
As you can see the actual key pads are much larger on a corded low vision phone as are the numbers. This one has the added feature of a backlight which illuminates the numbers.
You can also program the phone so that a simple press of the button will call the person whose picture is displayed. This phone offers 9 speed dial photo display buttons.
For my father-in-law who is also hard of hearing the amplified sound has proven to improve his ability to keep up with our conversations. Either press or program the blue Boost button so that the sound is amplified.
See the red area across the bottom of the phone? It lights up when a call is coming in. We purchased ours at Amazon here:
Trouble seeing the numbers on the phone is an easy thing to overcome with a low vision phone.
Some of the helpful features offered on the large number phone pictured here are:
√ Large Numbers on Key Pad√ Lighted Key Pad
You can get either white letters on a black phone or bold, black letters on a white phone.
Every one is different - some people prefer the white on black, while others see the black on white better.
This large number phone can be purchased from Amazon:Amplified Corded Big Button Phone and Extra Loud Ringer
Go bigger and bolder for easy to see numbers and accurate dialing.