The use of a standard mouse can be difficult for seniors with diminished motor skills. Clicking accurately seems easy for experienced users, but is more difficult than it looks. The arm, elbow, wrist and finger much work together to click a precise point on the screen. Many seniors have had more luck using a trackball style mouse since it only requires the use of the thumb or forefinger to use. We have added several of these and encourage voting and reviews to help others pick the perfect mouse for them.

The BIGtrack mouse from InfoGrip provides many advantages to seniors with decreased motor skills or poor vision. The unit contains a large and brightly...

TouchBrite Rating
4

This Logitech mouse features an ambidextrous design that works well for both right-handed and left-handed people. The button controls allow you to move...

TouchBrite Rating
4

This mouse from Logitech features a trackball and this design style often makes using a mouse easier for seniors. The trackball is operated by moving the...

TouchBrite Rating
4