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Washtenaw Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled

Washtenaw Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled
By
Ann Arbor District Library, National Library Service

To Get Started

Complete an Application Form on their website or pick one up at any AADL location

Hours
M-Su
9:00 PM
Area Served
Washtenaw County
Description

This free service administered by the Ann Arbor District Library, loans books, magazines, and videos in alternative formats (audio books on cartridge or for download, large print, braille books and magazines, and descriptive video) to individuals of all ages who are unable to read or use standard printed materials as a result of temporary or permanent visual or physical limitations.These materials and a talking book machine are shipped free to the home.

Age Requirement
None
Additional Eligibility Requirements

Apply through local libraries and some senior centers. Demonstration sites include: Chelsea District Library, Dexter District Library, Manchester District Library, Milan Public Library, Northfield Township Area Library, Salem-South Lyon District Library, Saline District Libtary, and Ypsilanti District Library.

Fee Structure
No Cost
Languages Spoken
English
Organization Type
Nonprofit organization

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