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Home Connect Service
Eligible residents can receive free delivery and return of large print library books via the U.S. Postal Service. Specific materials may be requested or a librarian can select items according to patron interest. Items are usually checked out for extended loan periods and overdue fines are generally waived.
Talking Book Program
This service has been available for many years through the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, a program administered by the Library of Congress. We have a player and a rotating collection of Talking Book titles in the Library for you to borrow as well. The player and books are a special format - different from CDs - and are easier for those with challenges to manipulate. If you are eligible, you may apply to receive a player and to borrow Talking Books. This service is free and delivery is through the U.S. Postal Service.
Music & Memory Program
Qualifying families (those caring for an adult with a cognitive condition) are invited to pick up a Music and Memory Playlist Questionnaire at the Adult Reference Desk. A personalized playlist will be recorded for you on an iPod that you can check out on a flexible loan period that is free of overdue fines. Library staff can add and remove songs periodically according to the listener’s preference. For more information about this inspirational initiative that was founded by Dr. Dan Cohen, please visit the musicandmemory.org website or view the documentary DVD in our collection, Alive Inside.