We strive to make the library, our collections, and services accessible to everyone in the community. Here are some of the ways we make the library more accessible for you if you need any accommodations.
Getting help at the library
Any of our staff members will be happy to help you if you need extra help or assistance while you're here at the library.
Adaptive or assistive equipment
Here is some of the equipment and devices you can use in the library:
- Hands-free reading device (Adapt-a-Lap)
- Radio for listening to recordings of local and national newspapers and magazines (CRIS)
- Large and portable magnifiers to make print larger
- Software that reads webpages on a computer (JAWS and MAGic with Speech)
- Scanner to turn printed words into spoken words (SARA)
- Wheelchair for getting around the library
Large print collection
We offer a wide variety of large print books. Look for our large print collection on the 3rd floor. A helpful staff person at the desk will be able to help you find titles.
You can browse our large print collection online.
We also have a great collection of audiobooks on CD and Playaways on the 3rd floor. You can also download audiobooks to play on a variety of devices.
You can browse our audiobooks online.
If you have a qualifying disability and a library card, you may be eligible to download accessible eBooks through LEAP. Learn more about LEAP.
Programs & events
Coming to an event or program and need any special accommodations? Be sure to let me know.