Persons with Disabilities

We strive to make our collections and spaces accessible to those with disabilities.

Adaptive Equipment

A large screen computer is available at each of our Library locations for searching the library catalogue and the Internet. On the other public computers with smaller screens, the text size can be enlarged to make it easier to read.

Our Talking Books service loans out, free of charge, cassette players and DAISY readers to those with print disabilities so that they can enjoy our collection of Talking Books.

Adaptive Collections

Our Talking Books collection is maintained for the use of print-disabled patrons only. For more information on the collection and eligibility, also access to other restricted sources of audiobooks, please see the Talking Books page.

Large Print books, including popular reading, classics and non-fiction, can be found at all of our library branches. Any library patron may check out large print titles. If we do not have a book in large print in our libraries, we will try to locate a copy for you through interlibrary loan.