Library offering program for those having trouble reading

The Washington Public Library is offering a program designed to help those with difficulty have a better experience reading.

Those who might be eligible include those with trouble reading standard print, as well as holding or turning pages in a book. The program is being sponsored by the library, 20 W Carlton Avenue, and the New Jersey State Library’s Talking Book and Braille Center with no cost to the borough.

Services include the following:

  •  Long-term loan of a digital audio-book player.
  • Loans of audio-books on digital cartridges.
  • Downloadable audio-books, audio magazines and Braille files for Braille readers.
  • Braille books
  • Access to “BARD Mobile,” an app for iPad, …read more

    Source: LehighValleyLive

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