Do you enjoy a good book but are no longer able to read small print?
The Michigan Network of Regional and Subregional Libraries serves people with visual and physical disabilities offers best-sellers, mysteries, westerns, biographies, how-to books and other types of materials found in a public library. The only difference is that the books are recorded on a digital cartridge or printed in braille and will arrive at your door through the regular U.S. postal service. They also offer the option to download books from online directly to a flash drive or mobile device! And best of all, this service is FREE, there is not even a charge to mail materials to or from the library.
You do not need to be legally blind to use services — if standard print has become difficult for you, a friend, or a family member, please call 800-992-9012 or CLICK HERE for more information.
Schools and facilities that have eligible clients or patients are also welcome! The Braille and Talking Book Library does 99% of their business through the mail, so you need never leave the comfort of your own home.
Choice Magazine Listening
Choice Magazine Listening is a nonprofit organization that provides audio recordings of memorable articles, stories, interviews, essays and poems from outstanding current magazines, completely free of charge, to blind, visually impaired, physically disabled or dyslexic adults. Based in Port Washington, NY, CML has proudly served the blind and print-disabled community since 1962!
CML continues the mission and dedication of LuEsther T. Mertz by keeping our audio magazine anthology completely free of cost. The number-one criterion for CML remains, quite simply, to present choice writing to our special audience.
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