We are committed to providing equal access to library materials and services to all. Our building meets ADA standards for accessible design.
Library staff is available to help you retrieve materials and find information.
Can’t Visit the Library?
If you cannot visit us due to a disability or medical condition, check if our bookmobile visits a location near you.
You may also request home delivery of materials. Contact Rose Huling at 508-647-6528 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessible Materials for People with Sensory Disabilities
- Closed-captioned / described DVDs
- eBooks and downloadable audiobooks
- Large print books & periodicals
- 1-year trial subscription to LEAP accessible eBooks
- Small deposit collection of Talking Books (via Perkins Library)
Tools for people with low vision
|CCTV desktop video magnifiers: Aladdin, Optelec Spectrum, and Telesensory Vertex||1 in-library only, 2 available to borrow|
|Easi-reader bookstand||Available to borrow|
|Handheld Optelec Magnifiers—Boxes of 6 handheld magnifiers of varying strengths, with and without lights||1 in-library only, 1 available to borrow|
|Handheld Ruby video magnifier||Available to borrow|
|Photocopiers with ability to enlarge print||In-library only|
|SARA (Scanning and Reading Appliance)||In-library only|
Tools for people who are deaf or hard of hearing
|Personal hearing amplifiers: Loud-R and Sonic Ear||3 in-library only, 1 available to borrow|
|Phonic Ear Assistive Listening System||Available in Lebowitz Meeting Hall for programs. Please call 508-647-6525 to reserve.|
|TTY/TDD Ultratec Superprint teletypewriter||1 in-library only, 1 available to borrow|