Braille & Talking Books
Wed Jun. 27Visually Impaired People's Support Group: Celebrating Inclusive Services The library will be celebrating the achievements of the Braille & Talking Books program over the past two years. Come prepared to discuss the challenges of life with a vision impairment. Learn about, and suggest, ways to make positive impacts in life. Family, friends, drivers, and caregivers are welcome. Light refreshments provided.
Wed Jun. 27Library Director Theresa Powers' Farewell Reception Please join the library community in saying farewell to Library Director Theresa Powers, who is retiring at the end of this month. Light refreshments provided.
Described DVDs are available for library pick-up or mail delivery. Please click appropriate icon to receive correct DVD list.
On May 17, 2018, the National Library Service for the Blind & Physically Handicapped awarded Braille and Talking Books @ Taylor Community Library the annual Advisory and Outreach Center Library of the Year Award for 2017.
Collections include nationally-distributed materials, which are the braille and recorded books NLS has produced and distributed to its network of cooperating regional libraries as well as collections that are held only at NLS or its multistate centers.
Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD) is a free library service of recorded and braille books and magazines for residents of the United States and to American citizens abroad who are unable to read or use standard printed material because of visual or physical disabilities.
The Assistive Technology Lab offers items to help people with vision impairments use printed materials.
The Braille and Talking Books Application is for Wayne County residents in need of Braille and Talking Book services. People who live outside Wayne County should call the Michigan Braille and Talking Book Library at 800-992-9012 to locate your serving library.
View the Welcome Letter people receive when they being services with Braille and Talking Books at Taylor community library.
Library Access Friends supports public libraries to serve people with print impairments.