We are committed to making public library services available to all New Brunswickers, including people with print disabilities.
Print disability or perceptual disability refers to a condition that prevents people from reading standard print due to impairment of sight; the inability to hold or manipulate a book; or an impairment relating to comprehension. If you have a print or perceptual disability, you may be interesting in registering for:
- The Talking Book Service: to access reading material in alternative formats such as DAISY and MP3 audiobooks on CD, Braille, described video, e-audio, e-text or e-Braille. These formats can be accessed at your public library or can be mailed to your home.
- The Books-by-Mail Service: to have library items mailed to your home, free of charge.
Adaptive Computer Workstation
The Moncton Public Library also provides access to a specialized computer workstation with an adjustable desk, trackball mouse, and SystemAccess, Zoomtext, OpenBook and Kurzweil programs.