by National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress in Washington, D.C .
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Talking books "of enduring value" for blind and physically handicapped DeWitt Stetten Not In Library. Borrow. Read. The art and science of audio book production Billy R. West Not In Library. Talking books for physically disabled children and adults Library of . Free service sends audiobooks and braille books to the house. We found a service that sends audiobooks and braille books straight to the home. The National Library Service (NLS) is a free braille and talking book library service for people with vision impairments or physical disabilities that prevent them from holding traditional books. Talking Books is a Federally-funded program which provides recorded books and special players free to persons who are blind, visually impaired, physically handicapped (cannot hold a book) or who have a doctor-certified reading disability. This program is administered by the Maine State Library and funded by the federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) through the Institute of Museum and . Talking Book & Braille Library Disability Resources. The following links are provided as resources for information related to blindness, visual impairment, or other physical disabilities that result in an inability to read printed matter.
The National Library Service for Blind and Print Disabled provides reading materials at no cost to individuals whose temporary or permanent low vision, blindness, physical disability, or other disability makes it difficult to read regular print. Services are administered through a network of cooperating libraries across the United States. Individuals | Eligibility of blind and other disabled persons for loan of library materials The following people are eligible for service: residents of the United States, including territories, insular possessions, the District of Columbia, and American citizens living abroad. Size: KB. NLS talking books are recorded by professional narrators in the studios of contractors who bid each year on book production. These contractors are usually nonprofit organizations that also provide other products and services for people who are blind, visually impaired, or have a physical disability. That All May Read: Library Services for Blind and Physically Handicapped People, (Washington, D.C., The Library of Congress, ) is a collection of original essays on all aspects of the history and then current state of library service to the handicapped population. Talking Books: Pioneering and Beyond, by Marilyn Lundell Majeska (Washington D.C., The Library of Congress, ) is a history of the .
Since , the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, a division of the Library of Congress, has administered the Author: Ken Gordon. The Talking Book Program (TBP) provides free library services to qualifying Texans with visual, physical, or reading disabilities. TBP is part of the National Library Service to the Blind and Print Disabled, a program administered by the Library of Congress. The TBP collection consists of more than , titles, including hundreds of titles in Spanish, and some in French, German, Russian. Talking Books The federal Talking Books program provides free books on special media and machines to people who are blind, visually impaired, physically handicapped or reading disabled as certified by a proper authority. "Talking" books on long-playing record were introduced. Extended Library services to blind children. Extended Library services to physically disabled and reading disabled individuals. Renamed New York State Library for the Blind and Visually Handicapped. Renamed New York State Talking Book and Braille Library. Braille.