Promote Free Talking Books

Apr 10, 2015

The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped is kicking off a new public education campaign to promote audio and braille book services provided by libraries throughout the U.S. Learn about this campaign on the Library of Congress Blog: That All May Read.

The Wyoming Talking Books Program is available for residents with visual impairments as well as for those who have physical or reading disabilities. The disability may be permanent or temporary.

Qualified patrons include Wyomingites of all ages who:

  • are legally blind
  • cannot see well enough to read regular print comfortably regardless of corrective eyewear
  • have physical limitations that prevent them from holding books or turning pages
  • have reading disabilities due to an organic dysfunction, such as dyslexia, autism or traumatic brain injury

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