Visual, Physical & Reading Disability Resources
Did you know that the Minnesota Braille and Talking Book Library located in Faribault, MN offers library services to those where conventional print is a barrier? One such service is the delivery of materials free of charge through the U.S. Mail Service; these materials are available in a catalog and can be requested in multiple ways. Many books and magazines can be downloaded through the Minnesota Braille and Audio Reading Download (MN BARD). To learn more about this program and to apply for it, go to the Minnesota Braille and Talking Book Library website.
MNRL is a statewide library providing information and resources to help families and educators meet the educational needs of Minnesota children and youth who have hearing and or vision loss. To access the MNRL collection, go to Minnesota Resource Libraries Online Catalog.
Are you from Wisconsin or another state and interested in a similar service? Check out the National Library for the Blind and Print Disabled. You can request more information and enroll in your state’s program.