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Do you have difficulty reading printed materials due to a visual, physical or reading disability? Your Brevard County Libraries offer a world of services!
All of the public libraries in Brevard have collections of books in the large print format. Titles range from juvenile to best-sellers to nonfiction. These books are not only popular with those with low vision, but also provide ease of reading for those
with tired eyes!
Each public library in Brevard County has a number of assistive devices including:
Brevard County Talking Books Library is a Sub-Regional Library of the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
This federal program provides unabridged books and magazines on 4-track tapes as well as the machines to play them. Patrons must be certified as well as being eligible to receive these materials so there is a special application for participation. All
materials are sent postage-free to and from the patron. The Library also houses a collection of descriptive videos that have been specially enhanced for those with visual impairments.
Please call 633-1810 for further information.
"Tips for V.I.P.s" is an informative newsletter produced on a quarterly basis by the Talking Books Library. The newsletter includes announcements of new materials and/or formats, available in large print, cassette, Braille and by email.
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